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Feb'19

Thai idioms (When the cat is away, the mice will play)

This Thai idiom means when no one in authority is present, the subordinates can do as they please especially in disregarding or breaking rules. Its matching English equivalent is “When the cat’s away, the mice will play.”

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04

Feb'19

Thai proverbs ( If two men ride on a horse, one must ride behind.)

This Thai proverb means people who have power in society or people who always grab the honors cannot work well together. Its matching English equivalent is “If two men ride on a horse, one must ride behind.”

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31

Jan'19

Thai idioms (like a moth to a flame)

This Thai idiom means someone who is attracted to something that is deadly or dangerous. Its matching English equivalent is “like a moth to a flame”

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30

Jan'19

What Thai people love to eat for breakfast?

There are many different kinds of Thai food. Do you believe that Thai people can eat any type of food for breakfast, for example, snacks, bread, milk, coffee, fruit, grilled pork with sticky rice and curry on rice.

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29

Jan'19

Thai idioms (the apple of one’s eye)

This Thai idiom means someone’s beloved. Its matching English equivalent is “The apple of one’s eye.”

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28

Jan'19

Thai idioms (get along like a house on fire)

This Thai idiom describes two things getting along in perfect harmony like a pipe and a flute in a traditional Thai music ensemble. It is often used jokingly to refer to people who don’t seem compatible but nevertheless get on well together.

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