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The attached file contains useful Thai phrases. Each phrase is translated to phonetic Thai and Thai script. The file has been around for a while but there may be some that haven't seen it or don't have a copy.

 

BKK_ebook_lang.pdf

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Great stuff mate. Thanks. I need to learn more than Sawadee krap, nid noy and u taik it in bum.

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Great Cheat Sheet for the group to use on a 15 & 3/4 hr flight. Many thanks T

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The attached file contains useful Thai phrases. Each phrase is translated to phonetic Thai and Thai script. The file has been around for a while but there may be some that haven't seen it or don't have a copy.

 

BKK_ebook_lang.pdf

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that's nice to put usual thai phrases it can be good to learn more than sawasdee khrap when you go to north east thailand for exemple.

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thanks, great to be able to have a guide like this

 

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when using motocy taxis or just about any form of transport when your not the driver

 

I use

 

"kap chawn cup" or the like(ad your own inflections) "drive slowly please" unless you enjoy some of the thrill rides.

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Thanks for posting that - really useful

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Learning basic Thai really can help you get a long way, I recommend to everyone to pick up a few basic phrases. Has helped me out so much when being there!

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Thank you

 

Sabai dee baw ---- when greeting the Issan girls

 

I have used Pimslers.....it has helped now I am trying to learn Issan....

 

Will have a few more words down by my arrival there in August

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If you learn Isaan Thai, don't speak to normal Thai's in BKK because they will laugh at you and know that you sleep with hookers.

 

They look down on Isaan as you probably know, speaking it makes it worse.

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freeking alsome thanks mate

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cheers for that

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If you learn Isaan Thai, don't speak to normal Thai's in BKK because they will laugh at you and know that you sleep with hookers.

 

They look down on Isaan as you probably know, speaking it makes it worse.

 

Too right mate. I have seen quite a few smart arse Farangs make fools of themselves and display their lack of knowledge by trying to speak Lao/Isarn to Thais. It only takes a few seconds to find out where they are from. If they are from Iasarn then they might well appreciate any of their dialect that you know.

         ความจริงเป็นสิ่งที่ไม่ตายแต่คนพูดความจริงอาจจะตาย                 

The truth is immortal but people who speak it aren't - Thai proverb

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Thanks really great post ! I learned Pu Tong Hua in China, but thai cause me difficulties.

 

Once you have learnt one tonal language the second comes a lot easier...I used to speak passable Mandarin many years ago..but Wo wong chi...!!

 

Regarding Issan: beware there is Northern and Southern. I speak a little Suay which is Issan Kmer ( South) which is totally unrelated to North (Lao)...

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The attached file contains useful Thai phrases. Each phrase is translated to phonetic Thai and Thai script. The file has been around for a while but there may be some that haven't seen it or don't have a copy.

 

BKK_ebook_lang.pdf

 

THis is great!!! Granted, I survived Patt for 2 months on 4 phrases, I need to learn more. Thanks for sharing!

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In the LOS one term that is often used is "Oh my god" Many verans to the Bar scene use the more creative but well worn "Oh my buddha"

 

The proper Thai phrase is Phra Jow (pronounced Pra Jow), which means God or Buddha. It it's easy to remember and there will probably be many opportunities to use it. Usually gets a laugh from the Thai girls.

         ความจริงเป็นสิ่งที่ไม่ตายแต่คนพูดความจริงอาจจะตาย                 

The truth is immortal but people who speak it aren't - Thai proverb

Karl's Thailand - My YouTube Channel

 

 

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The attached file contains useful Thai phrases. Each phrase is translated to phonetic Thai and Thai script. The file has been around for a while but there may be some that haven't seen it or don't have a copy.

 

BKK_ebook_lang.pdf

 

This might become handy on a long flight with Thai Airways, thanks for sharing it mate.

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