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Can you introduce yourself in Thai?
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yin-dii tii daai ruu-jak ka nice to meet you. If you are a male speaker and to make a long sentence short, we commonly say: "pom chuue Mark krap". Hope that's help. Please let me know if you have any questions. I will be glad to help.
Have a nice day.
Chuue khaawng chan khuue Mark
Yin dii tii dai Rui jak
I am English and live on the south coast of England
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It would be helpful if they could also say it slower so you could catch one word at a time
Thank you very much. We provided in near all of our lesson, there might be mistake here. I will let our team know and consider fixing it. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions.
I believe it would be helpful if you guys include tone marks since Thai is a tonal language.
sorry, I didn't means to say "yes" after speak.
Thank you very much for your comment and recommended. We're really appreciated your kind. I already tell our team to changed two mistake we made. For tone symbol, yes it important to but from audio sound could help learner best. We provide them in most of our lessons. "krap/ka" is not necessary used to end every sentences but will be nice to used it everyone in a while when you speak yes. Please let me know if you have any futures questions about Thai language. I will be glad to help. We wish you will have a good progress with Thai.
Have a great day.
I think you should always put the "krap/ka" at the end of the sentences. Especially for us beginners. It is essential to say when one wants to sound polite... and we beginners need to get in the habit of doing that from the beginning.
Can you add the tone mark indications into the romanization? (mid, low, falling, high, rising) I suppose just marking the low, falling, high rising works, since no indication for mid is what I see in other texts.