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Hello everyone and you are with Thai weekly words with me Prathana and this week, we will be learning about birds [nók].
[nók-grà-riian ] Crane
[chăn mâi khooei hĕn nók-grà-riian maa gàawn nai chii-wít] I’ve never seen a crane in my life. I don’t know where are the cranes, not in Bangkok
[gài] chicken. Actually chicken is not considered a kind of bird for Thai people.
[chaao-naa thîii dtàang-jang-wàt ní-yom líiang gài] Farmers in the countryside like to keep chicken in their farm
[nók-naang-nuuan ] seagull
[nók-naang-nuuan bin yùu rim chaai-hàat] there were seagulls flying above the beach
[nók-phí-râap] pigeon
[thîi rá-biiang bâan chăn mee nók-phí-râap maa waang khài] there are pigeons laying eggs at my balcony. I am not lying, that’s true story. I am trying to get rid of them
[nók-yuung] peacock
[dèk dèk bpai duu nók-yuung thîi sŭuan-sàt] the kids went to see peacocks at the zoo
and that’s the end for today’s Thai weekly words. If you have any comments or any questions, please be sure to let us know and we will see you in the next Thai weekly words. Bye.