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Lesson Transcript

Hello and welcome back to Thai weekly words with me Prathana. And this week, we will be learning about home tools [u-bpà-gaawn phaai nai bâan]
[dtà-làp-méet]Tape measure
[khun-phâaw phók dtà-làp-méet bpai dûuai wee-laa bpai súue fooe-ní-jôoe] Father takes his tape measure with him when he goes out to buy furniture
[khăi-khuuang] screwdriver
[nai gaan bprà-gàawp dtó dtuua níi dtâwng chái khăi-khuuang] to assemble this table, you need a screwdriver
[kháawn] hammer
[wee-laa chái kháawn dtâwng rá-wang yàa hâi doon muue] when you use the hammer, you have to be careful not to hit yourself and it hurts
[lûueai] saw
[bai mîit khǎawng lûueai níi thûue láaeoว] the blade of this saw is dull already, okay.
[glàwng khrûueang-muue] Toolbox
[glàwng khrûueang-muue gèp yùu nai hâwng gèp khǎawng] the toolbox is stored in this toilet room.
And that’s the end for today’s Thai weekly words. If you have any comments or questions, please let us know and we will see you in the next Thai weekly words, bye.