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Hello everyone, welcome back to Thai weekly words with me Prathana and this week, we will be learning about in your wallet [nai grà-bpăo sà-dtaang]
[khuu-bpawng]coupon
[wee-laa bpai sǔun aa-hăan dtâwng chái khuu-bpawng thaaen ngoen-sòt] when you go to food courts, you have to use coupons instead of cash. I know that’s inconvenient but that’s how it is in Bangkok
[naam-bàt] this is an important word for those of you who want to do business in Thailand. It is business card
[wee-laa bpai phóp lûuk-kháa yàa luuem phók naam-bàt] when you go out to see your clients, don’t forget your business card
[bàt sà-maa-chík] membership card
[thâa mii bàt sà-maa-chík jà dâai lót sìp bpooe-sen]. If you have a membership card, you get 10% discount. So that’s the reason why you should have membership cards of shops that you go too often.
[bàt khree-dìt] credit card
[hâang yài yài ráp bàt khree-dìt] big department stores take credit cards, it’s convenient to have credit cards with you when you go to department stores and you get points too right
and also cash [ngoen-sòt]. Of course, this is the most important thing that you should have in your wallet so you need to learn this word [เงินสด].
[chăn mii ngoen-sòt mâi phaaw looei dtâwng bpai gòt ee-thii-em] I don’t have enough cash, so I have to withdraw money from the ATM. ATM in Thailand is actually convenient because it opens 24 hours a day on every day. So if you ever need to use the ATM, you can find them all around
and so these are all the weekly words for today. If you have any comments, any question, please be sure to let us know and we will see you in the next weekly words. See you, bye.

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Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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Which word do you like the most?

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Friday at 7:38 pm
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Hello Mary,


We're really apologized. Check out Thai script on our examples sentences underneath vocabulary will help you. Hope that helps. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions. I will be glad to help.


Have a nice day.

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Mary Kelley
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I wish you would ALWAYS include the Thai script writing as well as the phonetic in English letters.

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Hi Niran,


You're welcome. Let me know if you have any future questions. I will be glad to help you.


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Niran Khurana
Sunday at 8:43 pm
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Thank you for answering my questions! :thumbsup::thumbsup:

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Hello Niran,


Thank you very much for your comment. For your questions, yes you can say “ผมใช้เงินสดซื้อรถมอเตอร์ไซค์” instead of “ผมซื้อรถมอเตอร์ไซค์ด้วยเงินสด”. เงิน "money" and ตัง,is from สตางค์ which means "money" but ตัง is more use in everyday speaking. Hope that help. Please let me know if you have any future questions.


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Niran Khurana
Thursday at 4:50 pm
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For the last example in the Vocabulary Expansion, it says "I bought the motorbike with cash". When translated to thai, can I say "ผมใช้เงินสดซื้อรถมอเตอร์ไซค์" instead of "ผมซื้อรถมอเตอร์ไซค์ด้วยเงินสด"?


Another question I have is, what is the difference between เงิน and ตัง?