THAI TIPS

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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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23

Jan'19

Telling the time in Thai

In this lesson, you are going to learn how to tell the time in Thai. Are you ready? To tell time in Thai, we divide each 24-hour period into 2 parts, Day (6 a.m.- 6 p.m.) and Night (7 p.m.- 5 a.m.)

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22

Jan'19

How to Cohesion in English (Condition Clauses) EP.2

In this lesson, you will learn about the different ways to establish cohesion in English. Cohesion is the term used to describe the grammatical way by which words, sentences, and paragraphs are linked together and relationships established.

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08

Jan'19

How to ask someone out in Thai

If you would like to impress your Thai friends by inviting them to do something or go somewhere together in Thai, this will probably be useful.

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08

Dec'18

How to introduce yourself in Thai

To be successful in learning Thai, you should make Thai friends to learn the culture and practice your Thai language. …

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