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41: Seven mistakes to avoid when learning Thai – Interview with Khun Victoria

Our guests’ social media accountsKhun Victoria: www.youtube.com/VictoriaReign and www.instagram.com/thevictoriareign/Khun Wasabi (guest on previous episodes): www.twitter.com/wasabi_thailand Our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/youtoocanlearnthaiOur Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/YoutoocanlearnThai Various ways to support us: www.youtoocanlearnthai.com/?page_id=33• Shop on Amazon! Start with our link and shop as usual. These links tell Amazon to share a percentage of its profit with the podcast, and you […]

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40: Twenty minutes of Thai listening practice

** Timestamp **[00:00] Please read my book & purchase products. Do your part to keep this podcast going![02:17] Ep 36 What inspired you to learn Thai; transcript at http://youtoocanlearnthai.com/?p=247[08:08] Ep 37 Thai self-study tips for beginners; transcript at http://youtoocanlearnthai.com/?p=293[11:47] Ep 38 How to improve your Thai listening and speaking skills; transcript at http://youtoocanlearnthai.com/?p=296[19:24] Ep 39 […]

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39: Studying Thai abroad vs. Immersing yourself in Thailand

** Timestamp **[00:00] Please read my book & purchase products. Do your part to keep this podcast going![01:29] Interview with Khun Wasabi https://twitter.com/wasabi_thailand[04:12] Sentence-by-sentence translation[10:56] Sentence explanation[54:22] The interview, read by Nan ** Transcript & translation of the reading part **Thai transcription provided by thai-language.com.Capital letters at the end of each syllable indicate tones. (M […]

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38: How to improve your Thai listening and speaking skills

** Timestamp **[00:00] Please read my book & check out products. Do your part to keep this podcast going![01:54] Interview with Khun Wasabi https://twitter.com/wasabi_thailand[04:43] Sentence-by-sentence translation[13:13] Sentence explanation[56:22] Summary[59:46] The interview, read by Nan ** Self-study tips mentioned in the interview ** notice that the Thai language that Thai people speak and the one in […]

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37: Thai self-study tips for beginners

Timestamp   [01:41] Interview with Khun Wasabi https://twitter.com/wasabi_thailand [03:06] Sentence-by-sentence translation  [06:02] Sentence explanation  [33:44] Summary  [38:28] The interview, read by Nan   ** Self-study tips mentioned in the interview ** use a textbook // อ่านหนังสือเรียน listen to a Thai CD // ฟัง CD ภาษาไทย travel and talk with grocers in Thailand // ลองพูดคุยกับพ่อค้าแม่ค้า work in a […]

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36: What inspired you to learn Thai? – Free talk interview with Khun Wasabi

** Timestamp **[02:20] Interview with Khun Wasabi https://twitter.com/wasabi_thailand[04:31] Sentence-by-sentence translation[10:03] Sentence explanation[45:28] Summary[48:30] The interview, read by Nan ** Transcript & translation of the reading part **Thai transcription provided by thai-language.com. Capital letters at the end of each syllable indicate tones. สวัสดีค่ะ เพื่อน ๆ ทุกคนที่ฟังรายการ You too can learn ThaisaL watL deeM khaF pheuuanF pheuuanF […]

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35: Population in Thailand and the world – Thai free talk and listening practice

** Timestamp **[03:08] Free talk[10:45] Free talk all in Thai[15:48] English translation[19:24] Sentence explanation, Part 1[26:54] Part 2[34:12] Part 3[40:54] Part 4[46:06] Part 5[58:54] Part 6[1:05:15] Vocabulary summary[1:07:38] Free talk all in Thai ** Transcription & translation of the reading part **Thai transcription provided by thai-language.com. Capital letters at the end of each syllable indicate […]

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34: Symptoms of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) – How to describe and communicate in Thai

** Timestamps **[00:49] Sentences and expressions[09:55] Summary ** Key words **Thai transcription provided by thai-language.com. Capital letters at the end of each syllable indicate tones. bpenM khaiF เป็นไข้ / meeM khaiF มีไข้ “have a fever”ohngM saaR องศา “degree”aiM ไอ “cough”aiM haaengF ไอแห้ง “dry cough”jepL khaawM เจ็บคอ “sore throat”jepL naaF ohkL เจ็บหน้าอก “chest pain”haaiR jaiM lamM […]

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33: Som Tum (papaya salad) ส้มตำ – Thai free talk and listening practice

** Timestamps **[02:27] Free talk[07:41] English translation[09:45] Sentence explanation, Part 1[22:19] Part 2[34:43] Part 3[46:53] Part 4[1:00:28] Vocabulary summary[1:03:30] Free talk in reading style[1:07:00] Free talk all in Thai ** Transcription & translation of the reading part ** Thai transcription provided by thai-language.com. Capital letters at the end of each syllable indicate tones. ส้มตำ ใน […]

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32: Practice words for feelings – Thai vocabulary exercise

** Timestamps **[01:00] Words[03:11] Fill in the blank[05:14] Answers & explanation ** Words and sentences **Thai transcription provided by thai-language.com. Capital letters at the end of each syllable indicate tones. Thai words for feelings:มีความสุข meeM khwaamM sookL“happy”ดีใจ deeM jaiM“happy; glad (usually in response to a specific situation)”เสียใจ siiaR jaiM“sad”น้อยใจ naawyH jaiM“feel neglected / wronged / […]