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ThaiPod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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ThaiPod101.com
Sunday at 11:06 pm
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Hello Clara,


Thank you very much for your comment and question. To like in Thai is "châawp" not "rák" which means "to love". 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 4:45 pm
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So if a guy likes a girl: he says chan rak khun or phom rak khun?

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Saturday at 4:49 pm
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Hello Wilfried,


Thank you very much for your comment and question."núuea-sàt" means .animal meat; animal flesh such as chicken meat/ pork and etc..." and "núuea" from the word "núuea-wuua"means "beef or cow meat". Hope that's help. Please let me know if you have any questions. I will bad glad to help you. We wish you have a good progress with Thai.


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Wilfried
Saturday at 9:10 am
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Hi! What is the difference between "núuea-sàt" which shows up in the vocabulary, and "núuea" which is mentioned in the dictionary?

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Thaipod101.com
Tuesday at 11:05 pm
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Hello Ava,


Thank you very much for your comment. We glad you found our lessons helpful. For your questions, sure I will help you as follows:

1. Are there any vegetarian dishes in your menu? it is better to ask : mii mee-nuu aa-hǎan jee mái

2. Can you make this dish vegetarian? kun tam ...(jaan-níi)... bpen jee / mang-sà-wí-rát dâai mái **you can tell them the name of dishes in Thai instead of just say this dish like English will do.

3. Is this dish vegetarian? (jaan-níi) ... bpen aa-hǎan jee mái

4. Are there any vegetarian restaurant/foodstall nearby? tǎaeo-níi mii ráan aa-hǎan-jee mái


Hope that help. Have a great day.


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Ava
Monday at 11:04 pm
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Hi! I am a vegetarian and I am surprised to see this lesson. I am heading to Thailand in 2 days time so this will definitely come in handy! Many restaurants do not have a vegetarian menu, may I ask how to say the following in thai?


1. Are there any vegetarian dishes in your menu?

2. Can you make this dish vegetarian?

3. Is this dish vegetarian?

4. Are there any vegetarian restaurant/foodstall nearby?


As you can see I am really worried about food.:sweat_smile: