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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Hi ThaiPod101.com listeners! Some would say that this is one of the most important phrases to learn. What do you think?

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Friday at 02:40 PM
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Friday at 09:23 PM
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I am having difficulty with my bank card, it is a krungthai card, Brett is helping me sort this out by direct bank transfer.

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Wednesday at 02:07 AM
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Hello Uffe,


Thank you very much for your comment and question. thîi-nǎi and nǎi both are same. "nǎi" is just a short version of "thîi-nǎi". Hope that's help. Please let me know if you have any future questions. I will be glad to help. We wish you will have a good progress with your Thai.


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uffe
Sunday at 01:05 AM
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When I see in the pdf file I see Where is the bathroom referred to as: hâwng-náam yùu thîi-nǎi khráp.

In the exercise it is referred to as: hâwng-náam yùu nǎi khráp.

What is the difference and which of them should I use?

is that time determined?

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Friday at 11:23 PM
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Hello ishady,


Thank you very much for your sweet comment. Your're welcome. Yes, that how we speak with those phrases. We speak "khâ" everyone in a while in everyday life conversation, depend on who we speaking with. :) Please let me know if you have any future questions. I will be glad to help. We wish you will have a good progress with your Thai.


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ishady
Thursday at 07:36 AM
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Sawat dii khrap, Parisa,

Khap khun khrap to answer every question here.

I find when in a private clinic in Bangkok, the nurse talk with good English but after every sentences they always ended it with "kha", such as "sorry kha", "hello kha", "thank you kha", etc.to show that Thai people are commonly polite. I am very impressed....thats why I choose Thai as my fourth language....

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Tuesday at 02:17 AM
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Hello Ishady,


Thank you very much for your comment and shared. Yes, we do speak that way without raising our voice. I would like to suggest every one to try a learn right way of speaking Thai and not afraid to make mistakes. Please let me know if you have any future questions. I will be glad to help. We wish you will have a good progress with your Thai.


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ishady
Friday at 11:52 PM
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Hello all, at my second time to Thailand, our tour guide just told us to say Hong Naam with question accents : " Hong naam?" so this would easier for the beginner like me....could be use to ask for other thing like water in restaurant : " naam?" and other thing, but thats just me I suppose

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Sunday at 11:20 PM
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Hello Tony,


Thank you very much for your comment and question. "nǎi" and "tîi-nǎi" both means "where", for native we often say "nǎi". The word "tîi" by itself means "at " for places. 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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Tony
Sunday at 03:22 PM
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Kop Jai ja, in reference to the question; "where is the bathroom". In vocabulary you write; hawng naam yuu tii nai Khrup?

But in Notes you tell us Thai people just say "hawng naam yuu nai Khrup?

Does the 'tii' not mean anything?