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ThaiPod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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ThaiPod101.com
Tuesday at 2:07 pm
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Hello Bobby,


Thank you very much for your question, "gin and thaan" both mean "to eat" but "thaan" is use in a formal situation. Hope that help.


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Bobby McCarthy
Monday at 9:46 am
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I though "gin" wa to eat but this course says this course to thann.??? gin or thann?

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Thaipod101.com
Friday at 12:49 pm
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Hello JoS,


Thanks again for your comment. For your question, yes หาร pronounced as "hǎan". Thai alphabet has different sound for initial and ending sound in a syllable. "ร" make the "r" sound as the initial consonant but make the "n" sound at the end of a syllable. Hope that helps.


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JoS
Thursday at 11:48 am
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Hi,

Why is หาร pronounced as Haan when it ends with the 'r' sound?

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ThaiPod101.com
Tuesday at 1:09 pm
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Hi สุผาด,


Well done as always ka. Let me help fixing your writing a bit here.

Q: คุน(คุณ)เรืยนภาษาไทยมานานแท่า(เท่า)ไหร่แลัวครับ

A: ๑ เดือนคเับ (ครับ)

Keep practice ka. :)


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สุผาด
Sunday at 7:24 pm
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Q: คุนเรืยนภาษาไทยมานานแท่าไหร่แลัวครับ

A: ๑ เดือนคเับ:smile:

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ThaiPod101.com
Tuesday at 7:59 pm
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Hi Patrick,


Thank you very much for your comment. For your question, "bpen" is use to ask if you can do it because you have experience with it. You’re welcome for any future questions.


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Patrick
Monday at 3:46 am
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Hello


why here we use bpen and not dai to say can you eat?


Thank you


Patrick:sweat_smile:

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Thaipod101.com
Monday at 5:07 pm
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Hello Trevor,


Thank you very much for your comment. For your question, "Thaan" is more polite but "gin" is fine to talk to someone you know in less formal situation.


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Trevor
Friday at 8:02 pm
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what is the different between Thaan (to eat) and the word gin?