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KRUU WEE TEACH THAI - YouTube Created by Teacher Wee, a professional experienced Thai language instructor in Thailand. Now she is teaching on-line using a systematic method. Her objective... Created by Teacher Wee, a professional experienced Thai language instructor in Thailand. Now she is teaching on-line using a systematic method.When do you use Krup in a Thai sentence?
If there is no hyphen, then it’s a new word. In Thailand, it’s customary to finish a sentence or complete thought with the words ka or krup. These polite participles are used to show respect and politeness and make the sentence ‘sound nicer’ to Thai ears.Are there any English phrases to learn in Thailand?
Even though there are a lot of Thai people who speak English in major cities such as Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya, and Chiang Mai, learning just a few essential Thai phrases while traveling in Thailand can really change your experience, especially if you venture into smaller towns or the countryside. It did for us. Not sure what you should learn?What do you say if someone can't speak Thai?
For simplicity sake, say chai for ‘yes’ and mai chai for ‘no.’ Although more advanced speakers use different words, Thai vendors will understand your intentions. This is one of those really useful Thai phrases. If a Thai person can’t speak English, they will usually answer mai dai (cannot) or nit noy / nit dee-ao (a little).