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ThaiPod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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What must-see places will you go when you arrive in Thailand?

 

 

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ThaiPod101.com
Sunday at 10:24 pm
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Hello Clara,


Thank you very much for your comment and question. Yes, it's similar but not exactly the same. Please feel free to ask if have future questions. I will be so glad to help. We wish you will have a good progress in learning Thai.


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Clara
Wednesday at 12:23 pm
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isnt this a repeat of lesson 23?

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Thaipod101.com
Monday at 3:35 pm
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Hello Larry,


Thanks again for your comment. I'm glad that my suggestion help. Please feel free to ask if have future questions. I will be so glad to help. We wish you have a good progress in learning Thai. :smile:


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Larry Seguin
Friday at 1:28 pm
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Thank you, Parisa. I will practise the spoken version of classifier + number.

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Thaipod101.com
Friday at 1:04 pm
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Hello Larry,


Thanks again for your comment. For your question, classifier plus number or number plus classifier are fine, I just use the commonly speak version of a sentence form. Hope that help. Wish you have a good progress in learning Thai.


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Larry Seguin
Tuesday at 1:57 am
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Dear Parisa,


Thank you for your quick answer. In the lesson, the order of the number and the classifier are inversed, compared to what you wrote in your response. For example, "one ticket" is "dtuua nueng bai." So should it be "ao gaa-faae nueng gaaeo" or "ao gaafaae gaaeo nueng"? Or are both possible? I found another video in YouTube where the classifier follows the number. Thanks!


I'm very much enjoying the lessons. I will be travelling to Thailand for the third time in May, so I am trying to learn the alphabet and more expressions. I do find that being a linguist helps me to quickly understand a lot about the sounds and the grammar.


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Thaipod101.com
Monday at 3:42 pm
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Hello Larry,


Thank you very much for your comment. For your question, “one coffee, please” and “one cappuccino, please”? in Thai is "ao gaa-faae gâaeo nùeng kráp" and "ao kaa-puu-chí-nôo gâaeo nùeng kráp" So we use "gâaeo" as a classifier for a grass of drink instead of a cup of in English. Hope that help. Please feel free to ask if have future questions. I will be so glad to help. We wish you have a good progress in learning Thai. :smile::smile:


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Larry Seguin
Monday at 12:48 am
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How would I say "one coffee, please" and "one cappuccino, please"? Basically, I'd like to know which classifier I should use when ordering a coffee, tea, or other type of cold or hot drink. Thank you!

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Saturday at 4:08 pm
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Hello Sonja,


Thank you very much for your comment. For your question, “krap” and “kap” are the something, Thai people are not always pronounce "r" sound in every day life speaking. Sometimes, you can hear "kap-pom" too. Hope that help. Please let me know if you have any future questions. I will be glad to help.


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Sonja
Friday at 1:30 am
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I'm confused. How come for male speakers there are two different particles "krap" and "kap"? I notice in these lessons you typically hear "krap", but I do sometimes also hear "kap" being spoken when watching videos.