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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Hi ThaiPod101.com listeners! No matter how good you get at Thai, this phrase is sure to prove useful at some point. In what kind of situations do you think it would be useful?

ThaiPod101.com
Thursday at 07:33 PM
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Hello Rogerio,


Thank you very much for your comment and question. No it's literally in correct to put "dâai" at the beginning of a sentence

dâai + verb = done something

verb + dâai = can do something

......phûut paa-sǎa-ang-grìt dâai mǎi ? ...S..... + verb (to speak) + dâai + question word.

Hope that's help. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions about Thai language. I will be glad to help. We wish you will have a good progress with Thai.


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Rogerio
Tuesday at 06:25 AM
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Is it wrong to say it in this order? the first lessons say that in general thai is SVO (subject verb object), but in this case the verb is in the end of the phrase.


dâai phûut paa-sǎa-ang-grìt mǎi ?

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Tuesday at 10:07 PM
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Hello Dmytro,


Thank you very much for your comment and question. You can skip a pronoun "khun" when you can speaker know, who you are talking about. Hope that's help. Please let me know if you have any future questions. I will be glad to help. Thanks again for your well support. We wish you will have a good progress in learning Thai.


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Dmytro
Sunday at 03:57 PM
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Hi ThaiPod101

Do you need to start this phrase with khun?

Thanks

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Saturday at 01:56 PM
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Hello Zak,


Thank you very much for posting. Please check out comment of our team Lena, it's below your comment and follow an instruction. Let's know if you can make it.


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zak
Thursday at 05:08 PM
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what happend i cant download the pdf files anymore even i can click on them and when i click they take me to my dashbored page what should i do please help

Nuno Morais
Tuesday at 04:45 PM
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1. A majority of English-speaking people taking holidays in Thailand (I would even say anywhere in the world) won't use the question "phûut paa-sǎa ang-grìt dâai mǎi khráp" or any other simple words because they think local people are supposed to know English.


2. phǒm nán phûut phaa-sǎa bproo-dtù-gèet dâai

(I'd like to say "I can speak Portuguese"). Could you, please, help me? Thank you so much :laughing:

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Monday at 10:48 PM
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Hi Samatha,


You’re welcome. We’re glad you enjoy the lesson and find it useful. :)


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samantha
Sunday at 12:31 AM
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khàawp-khun ná khá

Ryan
Wednesday at 05:44 PM
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@Pooneem


Thanks for catching that.

It should be fixed now.


Ryan