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12 Months in Thai

A unique design featuring the names of the twelve months in Thai script on various useful products including T-shirts and calendars. Excellent for Thai learners or anyone who’s interested in Thai language and culture.

 

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Thai Months Women's T-shirt

 

Customizable Thailand Photo Calendar 2019

2019 Calendar with a carefully selected collection of beautiful photographs representing Thailand and Thai culture by Yuki Tachaya.…

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Private Lessons with Mary Jane

“I have been taking weekly lesson with Khru Jane for almost six months. The lessons with Khru Jane are well structured with optional material to prepare in advance which serves as the lesson template. Despite the welcome structure, the lessons are by no means rigid; for large parts of the lesson Khru Jane naturally branches the conversation from the course material and in turn gently encourages and supports my attempts to express and understand the language on wherever the topic might lead.

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The word แย่ [yâe] is an adjective meaning “bad” or “terrible.” For example, “อากาศแย่” [aagàat yâe] bad weather, “รสชาติแย่” [rótchâat yâe] bad taste or “นิสัยแย่” [nísǎi yâe] bad attitude. However, when used as an adverb to intensify an adjective, it means “badly” or “terribly” as in “very” or “to a great degree.” However, we typically don’t use this word when we want to say “very.” As you may already know, we use the word “มาก [mâak].”

The colloquial idiom “[adj.] + แย่(เลย) [yâe (loei)]” is usually used in a response to someone’s statement, to speculate or make an assumption about the consequence that is likely to be true, of an action or a situation that happened, is happening or will happen.…

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A unique display of the numbers 1-10 written in Thai numerals and spelled out by name in Thai script on various useful products including clocks, watches, T-shirts, mouse pads, mugs and phone cases.

 

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Thai Numbers Wall Clock

Wall clock with the hours written in Thai numerals and spelled out in Thai script.…

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This collection features various cool and unique T-shirt designs that help you communicate with the local Thai people. One-of-a-kind gift for yourself or someone traveling to Thailand.

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Useful Thai Phrases for Tourists

T-shirt with the 14 most useful phrases for tourists traveling in Thailand; including “Hello,” “Thank you,” “No chillies,” “Check please,” “Where is the restroom?” and more!…

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Private Lessons with Mary Jane

“I have been studying Thai with Kru Jane for about two months now and she has been wonderful. I have tried other study methods before and have not enjoyed it, but I am really enjoying Pick-up Thai and Kru Jane is a great teacher! Since studying with her, I have grown so much in my Thai speaking.

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Now, PickupThai has a new fun way for you to learn Thai! We have launched stickers featuring Tamago sushi, the character from our e-picture book “The Unforgettable Day of Forgetful Tamago” for you to use when chatting with your Thai friends or family on LINE. Sending stickers will not only make chatting more fun but it will also help you learn new words and expressions and remember them without having to memorize.…

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In Thai, we add the word “ขนาดนี้” [kanàad níi] or “ขนาดนั้น” [kanàad nán] after an adjective or an adverb to express a specific amount or extent of something. In other words, we say “ขนาดนี้” [kanàad níi] for “this much” and “ขนาดนั้น” [kanàad nán] for “that much.” Let’s take a look at the following examples for better understanding.…

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If you say “Thai iced tea” or even “ชาไทย (Chaa Thai)” and Thai people don’t have a clue what you’re talking about, try “ชานมเย็น (Chaa-nom-yen)”! Most people in Thailand actually know the so-called “Thai tea” by either this name or “ชาเย็น (Chaa-yen)”

ชา [chaa] = Tea
นม [nom] = Milk
เย็น [yen] = Cold

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