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Monday at 06:30 PM
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What do you write down?

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Thursday at 10:18 PM
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Hello Walter,


Thank you for your comment. I would suggested. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions. I will be glad to help.


Have a nice day.

Parisa

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Walter Tuchschmid
Wednesday at 02:17 PM
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In every lesson I hear the advertising of the school THAIPOD101 hear nearly 50 second. Is that necessary? 😁 The content of the Lessons (speaker, repetitions) are very good. 😄

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Friday at 06:10 PM
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Hello Jim,


Thank you very much. I'm so sorry to hear that. I will share this with our team and see if we can come up with something new. For, the word "chûuai" which means "help" to listen to how it's speaking used our dictionary here. https://www.thaipod101.com/thai-dictionary/

search for the word help. You will see it. For, the word "nàwi" search for "a little" and you will find them. Hope that help. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions. I will be glad to help.


Have a nice day.

Parisa

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Jim
Tuesday at 11:32 PM
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This lesson introduces several new words for the first time but they are not added to the list of new words above. There is no way to click to listen to how they are spoken. For example: chûuai and hâi nàwy. It would be helpful if they were listed above in the vocabulary section so I can listen to how they are spoken. Plus I cannot add them to the word bank.

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Wednesday at 03:02 PM
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Hello Natsumi,


You're welcome. It's will be good if you only have "hâi" one time like this : “chûuai àan hâi fang nàwy dâai mǎi khá ” then "nàwy" will become a soften maker for the sentence.


Have a nice day.


Parisa

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Natsumi
Tuesday at 08:33 PM
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Thank you for your response, Parisa.

Then, is it OK to say, "chûuai àan hâi fang , hâi nàwy dâai mǎi khá " or does it sound unnatural?

regards, Natsumi

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Tuesday at 05:20 PM
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Hello Naoki and Natsumi,


Thank you very much for your question. For the first sentence "nàwy" means little and able to use to put in a sentec to make a request softer, but we have other verb in a sentence that means "to write" in from of the word "hâi". For the second sentence you can either put "nàwy" but not put "fang" or vice versa. We just wanted to show you we can make sentences in different way. Hope that help.


3. chûuai àan hâi fang dâai mǎi khá "Can you pronounce/read it please? "hâi fang" means "for me to listen"

àan means "to read"


Have a nice day.


Parisa

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Natsumi
Saturday at 10:13 PM
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Hello,

I have the same question as Khun Naoki has.

Naoki
Wednesday at 10:54 AM
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Hi,


hâi nàwy is used when you translate 'Can you write it down please?'.

However, hâi fang is used when you translate 'Can you pronounce it please?'.

Is it OK if I use hâi nàwy for both? If no, can you tell me the reason?

Thank you!


Best regards,

Naoki