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ThaiPod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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ThaiPod101.com
Monday at 3:45 pm
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Hello Erik,


Thank you very much for your comment and question. Yes, we have lessons on the written symbols for the Thai numbers, which is call Thai alphabet made easy lesson: https://www.thaipod101.com/index.php?cat=38

Arabic numbers is common in Thailand. Hope that’s help.Please let me know if you have any future questions. I will be glad to help. We wish you have a good progress with your Thai. :)


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Erik Adams
Saturday at 12:39 am
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This is a very helpful lesson for pronunciation of numbers, and introduction to classifiers. I am curious if you have lessons on the written symbols for the Thai numbers? Also I would assume a lot more classifiers are introduced in future lessons and higher levels? Are the Arabic numbers also common in Thailand? Thank you for reading my comment and answering my questions.

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www.thaipod101.com
Thursday at 11:55 pm
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Hello Pablo,


Hope you are doing well. For your question, " I want to buy 2 cars" in Thai would be "súue rót saawng kan kráp/kâ". You can also say "súue / ao saawng kan kráp/kâ" incase you and the person you communicate with know what you both are talking about. Hope that help.


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Pablo
Thursday at 2:40 am
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Hello Parisa


When I want to say car I say Rót but if you need to say 1 car or 2 cars you say khan, I understand according to what you say it that if I want to buy 2 cars that would be ao sawng khan or ao rot sawng khan.

Why is the classifier in this case replacing the object that would be rot?


kawp khun krap


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www.thaipod101.com
Sunday at 12:10 pm
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Hello Nuno,


We pronounce "p" and "t" in these words "bpen phûut" but it not as strong as in English. bp sound is pronounce between b and p. Hope that help.


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www.thaipod101.com
Saturday at 7:46 pm
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Hello Nuno,


We speak "nùeng khan rót" mean you carry something full on the back of your truck.


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Nuno Morais
Thursday at 3:39 pm
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bpen


phûut


In the first word you don't pronounce the 'p' and in the second you don't pronounce the 't'.

What's the point of having them?

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Nuno Morais
Thursday at 3:32 pm
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Is it possible to say


'nùeng khan rót' - one car

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ThaiPod101.com
Wednesday at 3:18 pm
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Hello Mikihail,


Thank you very much for your comment. Yes, "555" for Thai people means like "lol" for English speaking people.


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Mikhail
Thursday at 12:38 am
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I got a text message from a Thai friend. She ended it with 555. I had to look up the meaning. I told her it's a lot better than LOL!