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ThaiPod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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Sunday at 8:59 pm
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Hello Scott,


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scott
Sunday at 9:08 pm
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Monday at 8:32 pm
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Hello Faris,


Thank you very much for your comment and question. Questions such as "What do you do?" or "What are you?" can also be used to ask about a person's occupation. "ngaan" means "work" "tam-ngaan" means "to work" in Thai. Is that help? Please do not hesitate to let us know. We will be glad to help. We wish you a good progress of learning Thai.


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faris
Sunday at 8:51 pm
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May I know khruu Parisa.. This question is a what do you do or what do you work?

because ngaan means work.. can you explaination

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Hello Chris,


We would like to say Thank you so much for your comment. We are really appreciated. If there is anything to serve you in the future, please do not hesitate to let us know. We will be glad to help. We wish you a good progress of learning Thai.


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Chris
Thursday at 6:00 pm
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I really enjoy the way in which this teacher presents the information. Breaking down each word with the repetition helps verbally definitely. However the best reference I find, especially when trying to distinguish Thai sentence structure is displayed with the visual breakdown of the word in the notes section.

Thank you folks for all your effort.

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www.thaipod101.com
Friday at 4:54 pm
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Hi Andy,


I think you comment on the wrong audio lesson. In order to review this lesson, are "Choose true or false." and "Type in the Thai equivalent." but I did not see where they use "Hello" in this lesson. They talk about the word "kráp" particle added at the end of the sentence or phrase in order to increase the level of politeness when the

speaker is a male. There is no Ryan in this lesson. Could you please recheck again?


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Andy Brogan
Friday at 1:36 am
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When you do the review on this lesson (Lesson 4, What do you do? in Thai), the first answer that Ryan asks you for is Hello ( Sa wat dii), but the answer then given is Phom (which is I when a male is speaking) Can you correct this please as it is confusing and happens on more than one track. Thanks

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Wednesday at 7:39 pm
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Hello Kris,


Thank you very much for your comment and feedback. There are always two different gender, so we try giving an explanation in an early lesson. We really apologized to cause any confusion for you. Great that you understand the differences between "pom" and "dì-chán". Please let me know if you need any future helps.


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Kris
Tuesday at 1:59 am
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Hi,

What i find disturbing and a waiste of time is that although i'm a male, i have to listen to and read the lines first like i'm a woman. and then repeat it like i'm a man. So first i learn it wrong and then i learn it right. like "di-chan" I'm not gonna use but it's easy to make mistakes in the begining


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Kris