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ThaiPod101.com
Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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?Hi everyone! How do you feel about Thai Grammar, is not that bad isn't it?

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ThaiPod101.com
Monday at 11:36 am
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Hello Sue,


Thank you very much for your comment and question.These is just a really beginning lesson if you keep checking you will find that we put Thai script on every lessons. Hope that will help you. :) Please let me know if you have any future questions. I will be glad to help. We wish you will have a good progress with Thai.


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Parisa

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Sue
Thursday at 4:37 pm
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Hi!

Thank you for the lessons.

I was wondering if you could put words in Thai as well as the romanization. I am trying to practice writing as well as grammar, but my writing is not nearly good enough, so I keep having to look up Thai writing for the romanization. I would appreciate it very much if you could add Thai words to the romanization. Thanks a lot!

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www.thaipod101.com
Tuesday at 7:05 pm
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Hello Ronji,


Thank you very much for your comment. For your question, according to Thai language verb do not change form according to tense. "mûa-waan-níi" is a word means "yesterday", put at the beginning or sometime at the end of a sentence. Hope that help.


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Ronji
Sunday at 9:03 pm
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Thank you for explaining it so well! I am wondering about the example for past tense: "mowanii" - she uses it after the verb - I thought the time indicating word went "before" the verb - is it not always the same?

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www.thaipod101.com
Thursday at 10:25 am
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Hello Joe johnston,


Thank you very much for your comment. We really appreciated your suggestion. I will pass your comment to our team for consideration.


Thanks again and hope you have a nice day.


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Joe johnston
Tuesday at 9:18 am
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How about the Top 5 things to say to your Thai girlfriend

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ThaiPod101.com
Thursday at 11:27 am
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Hello Patrick and Steve,


Thank you very much for your comment. For Patrick question, “gam-lang” is already means like it have “yuu” at the end so you don't need to always say "gam-lang...yuu" all the time.

For Steve, I feel so glad for you that you have more confident with the tones. Keep practicing and you will get better and better.


Good luck with your Thai.


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Steve
Thursday at 3:10 am
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I was a bit overwhelmed about the learning the different tones, but I feel a bit more confident now after finding out how simple the grammar is! It feels more doable! :thumbsup:

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Patrick
Sunday at 10:17 pm
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Hello,


when use progressive tense with "gam-lang" do i need the word "yuu" at the end of the sentence or sometimes we not use it?


Thanks

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ThaiPod101.com
Sunday at 1:47 pm
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Hello John,


Thank you very much for your comment.


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