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ThaiPod101.com
Saturday at 6:30 pm
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Hi ThaiPod101.com listeners! What the weather will be like tomorrow in where you are living? Will it rain? Will it be sunny? or Will it be windy?

Challenge yourself by telling us in Thai!

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www.thaipod101.com
Tuesday at 6:48 pm
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Hello Ronji,


Thank you very much for your comment. Welcome to our website. For your question "wan" in Thai means "day" so wan-prûng-níi means "tomorrow" but you can shorten and only say "prûng-níi". Hope that help. Please let me know if you have any future questions. I will be glad to help.


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Ronji
Sunday at 12:50 am
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The "wan" I am referring to is in the Romanization

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Ronji
Sunday at 12:49 am
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The first expression has "wan" in the first position, but I don't hear that at all. I'm a total newbie so I must have missed something - "Wan"?

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www.thaipod101.com
Wednesday at 5:47 pm
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Hello Nuno,


For your questions, "Macau" in Thai is "maa-gáo", What’s the temperature today? "wan-níi ùn-ná-hà-puum gìi ong-sǎa". Hope that helps.


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Nuno Morais
Tuesday at 3:19 pm
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How to say


1. Macau


2. What's the temperature today?


Thks :sunglasses:

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Toucanzoo
Wednesday at 3:41 am
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I liked the first expression, it will be very useful.


I thought this lesson was a little short.


So what would be "Tomorrow it is going to be cold"?

Phrung-nii aa-gaat now?