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Hello and welcome back to Thai weekly words with me Prathana and this week, we will be learning about plants [พืช] (phûuet)
1.[ใบไม้] (bai-máai) leaf
[ใบไม้เป็นสีเขียว] (bai-máai bpen sǐi khǐiao) the leaves are green
2.[ต้นไม้] (dtôn-máai) tree
[ฉันชอบให้ที่บ้านมีต้นไม้เยอะๆ] (chăn châawp hâi thîi bâan mii dtôn-máai yóe yóe ) I like my house to have a lot of trees
3.[หญ้า] (yâa) grass
[หญ้าในสนามบ้านเขาสีเขียวสด] (yâa nai sà-năam bâan khăo sǐi khǐiao sòt) the grass on his lawn is very bright green.
4.[พุ่มไม้] (phûm-máai) bush
[มีกระรอกแอบอยู่ในพุ่มไม้] (mii grà-râawk àaep yùu nai phûm-máai) there is a squirrel hiding in the bush
5.[ดอกไม้] (dàawk-máai) flower
[คุณพ่อซื้อดอกไม้ให้คุณแม่ในวันวาเลนไทน์] (khun-phâaw súue dàawk-máai hâi khun-mâae nai wan waa-len-taai) my father bought flowers for my mother on valentine’s day
and that’s the end for today’s Thai weekly words. If you have any comments or questions, please be sure to let us know and we will see you in the next Thai weekly words, bye.


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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Which word do you like the most?

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Tuesday at 06:13 PM
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Hello Scott,

Thank you very much for your comment and question. Yes, there are different because, they are a different word. "mái" is a question particle, while "máai" -wood / (dtôn-máai) -tree/(bai-máai)-leaf/ (phûm-máai)- bush and (dàawk-máai)-flower. 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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Tuesday at 11:15 AM
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In the Romanization, you sometimes use 'mai' or 'maai'. It's better to use just one throughout. I had initially thought the sounds were different.