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Monday at 6:30 pm
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Hi ThaiPod101.com listeners! In a busy restaurant, will you sometimes sit in the smoking section, just to save time?

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Wednesday at 1:31 am
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Hello Timothy,


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Timothy
Sunday at 12:33 am
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Hello, the title of this lesson is inaccurate:


Thai Restaurant: Smoking or Non-smoking?

Learn how to express what time you want to reserve a table for


The second sentence is incorrect as it is not about the time to reserve the table for 😄


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Monday at 12:26 pm
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Hello Bjoern,


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Bjoern
Friday at 10:12 am
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Hi,

Is there a way that I add my own vocabulary to the flash cards? I would like to study words which I pick up during the day...

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Sunday at 12:13 pm
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Hi Nuno,


Yes, your sentence is correct with out "nán" so, phǒm phûut phaa-sǎa bproo-dtù-gèet dâai

(I can speak Portuguese). Hope that help. Please let me know if you have any future questions. I will be glad to help.


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Nuno Morais
Thursday at 3:43 pm
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phǒm nán phûut phaa-sǎa bproo-dtù-gèet dâai

(I can speak Portuguese).


Is the sentence correct?

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Thursday at 6:38 pm
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Hello Sam,


Thank you very much for your comment. For you question, yes, "this นี้ (nii)" and "that นั้น (nan)". Let me give you some examples using them.

This one = an-nii อันนี้

This person = kon-nii คนนี้

That one = an-nan อันนั้น

That person = kon-nan คนนั้น


Have a nice day.


Parisa

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sam knowlez
Wednesday at 6:52 am
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Hello I have a question about the definitions of certain words. Your coverage of vocabulary is great, but I have a question about these 2 words นี้ (nii) and นั้น (nan). In an earlier module it said the words also meant this and that. Do they mean both at once or is it some sort of grammar rule?

Ryan
Wednesday at 5:39 pm
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@Thien


Yes, you can!

The meaning is exactly the same.

"thîi nîi" and "dtrong níi" both mean "here".

"thîi nân" and "dtrong nán" both mean "there".


Just be careful with the tones. You'll notice that "nii" and "nan" take either a falling tone or a high tone depending on which expression you use it in. That's because with "thîi" they act as pronouns, and with "dtrong" they act as adjectives.


Ryan

Thien
Thursday at 10:39 pm
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Can we use thee nan (nee) instead of dtrong nan (nee). Thanks