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ThaiPod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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Hi ThaiPod101.com Listeners! Are you often asked to repeat yourself in Thai?

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Sunday at 10:06 pm
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Hi Walter,


Great to hear you're enjoying our lessons!


Should you have any questions, please let us know.


Sincerely,  

Cristiane

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Walter Tuchschmid
Friday at 4:03 pm
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All the lessons in this part (1 Travelle) are much better then in the part ABSOLUT BEGINNER and ULTIMATE. The reason is the repetition of the sentences. Great.😄👍

ThaiPod101.com
Tuesday at 2:14 pm
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Hello Megmerillies,


Thank you very much for your comment and shared. My recommend is to speak to us even you are shy. Thai people may smile when you make a mistake but don't means we don't like you to speak. It's means we happy to see you try. You can practice speaking in front of the mirror also record yourself and listen to it even you don't feel like listen. That will help you to be more confidence when you speak to native speaker. Cheer!

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.


Have a nice day.

Parisa

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Megmerillies
Saturday at 1:34 pm
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I am a beginner still, just having difficulty in my confidence speaking it out loud. Thank you 😄

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Tuesday at 1:47 am
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Hello Jennie,


Thank you very much for your comment and feedback. We're really appreciated your kind. We're so glad you adore our lesson :) . 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.


Have a nice day.

Parisa

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Jennie Santos
Saturday at 2:42 am
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khaawp-khun kha 😄

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Sunday at 11:47 pm
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Hello Ánh Dương,


Thank you so much for your comment. We really appreciated. We will keep up our good work for the future lessons. We will keep them coming. Please let us know if you need any future helps. I will be so glad to help you.


Thanks again and have a nice day.


Parisa

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Ánh Dương
Saturday at 12:37 pm
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Thaipod101 is really useful to me. I have learnt Thai on some other websites or Youtube, but I think Thaipod101 is the best websites to learn Thai. Hope you guys will have more interesting lessons! Have a nice day ^^

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Tuesday at 11:07 pm
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Hello Danny,


Thank you very much for your comment. Yes, your right, that ที is rarely use in real life conversation with the phrase of "say it again" we use the word "ครั้ง" instead, but some people still use it. We also use ที as a prefix for example ช่วยที "please help", บางที "maybe", ทีแรก "at first", ทีหลัง "later; afterwards", and etc... Hope that helps.


Have a nice day.


Parisa

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Danny
Tuesday at 8:49 pm
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Someone told me that we should drop the use of ที at least to use it much less. Technical correct to use but not in real speech. Is this so ???