Thai on the move!



City – Meuang เมือง
Countryside – chon – na – bot ชนบท
Street/road – Tà-nŏn ถนน
Airport – Sà-năam bin สนามบิน
Port/pier – Tâa reua ท่าเรือ
Station – sà-tăa-nee สถานี
Train – rót fai รถไฟ
Sky train -rót fai-fáa รถไฟฟ้า
Underground train -rót fai dtâi din รถไฟใต้ดิน
Motorbike – Rót mor-dter sai รถมอเตอร์ไซต์
Car – Rót yon รถยนต์
City Bus – Rót may รถเมล์
Coach (bus) -Rót tour รถทัวร์
Taxi – Rót Táek sêe รถแท็กซี่
Bicycle – Rót jàk-grà-yaan รถจักรยาน
Walk / by foot – Dern bpai เดินไป
Boat – Reua เรือ   /  plane – krêuang bin เครื่องบิน



Airport – sà-năam bin สนามบิน
Hotel – Roong raem โรงแรม
Shop – Ráan ร้าน
Restaurant – Ráan aa-hăan ร้านอาหาร
Hospital – roong – pha – yaa – baan โรงพยาบาล
A coffee shop – Ráan gae-fae ร้านกาแฟ
Pharmacy – Ráan yaa ร้านยา
Toilet – Hông náam ห้องน้ำ
Beach – Chaai hàat ชายหาด
Massage – Nûat นวด
A massage shop – Ráan-nûat ร้านนวด
Market – Dtà-làat ตลาด
floating market – Dtà-làat náam ตลาดน้ำ
Street foods – aa hăan rim taang อาหารริมทาง
Temple – Wát วัด
Museum – Pí-pít-tá pan พิพิธภัณฑ์
Island – Gòr เกาะ (koh)
province – jang-wàt จังหวัด

1-where can I get some good food to eat?

mee aa hăan a-ròi têe năi bâang?

2-Is there a pharmacy near here?
Tăeo née mee ráan yaa măi?

3-Where is the police station?
sà-tăa-nee dtam-rùat yòo têe năi?.

4-what is the best way to get there?
bpai têe nân yàang-rai dee têe sùt?.

5-where do I buy a ticket?
séu dtŭa dâai têe năi?.

6-I want round trip tickets please!
เอา ตั๋วไป-กลับ
ao dtŭa bpai – glàp.

7-Can you take me to … please?
chûay bpai sòng chăn têe ……. nòi

8.Where is the nearest …….?
…………glâi têe sùt yòo têe năi?

9.How far is it to the airport?
– pai sà-năam bin glai kâe năi? ไปสนามบินไกลแค่ไหน

10.How long does it take to….?
– ……… chái way-laa naan tâo rài?

11. Can you call a taxi, please?
– Chûay rîak táek sêe hâi nòi ?


Thoughts on learning Thai (and other foreign languages)

The first thing is to try and “forget” your language and “pick up” the new system. This can be quite difficult, but a serious learner should make the effort. In other words, try to think in the new language. It will help immensely.
“Sentence constructions are particular to each language and generally can not be translated into Thai language directly. While on some occasions what you are saying might not be wrong, to a native speaker it might not sound right.”
Try to listen to the sounds of the language closely– this is especially important in Thai which is a tonal language.
The way to succeed here is to listen, then speak and practice as much as possible.
“Speaking is the only requirement to be fluent. It is normal for babies and children to learn speaking first, become fluent, then start reading, then writing.”
“Watch movies, listen to music, sing songs, and browse newspapers and magazines. It’s fun and helps improve your pronunciation and comprehension.”
Listen to the sound of your own voice.!
Even though you might not like hearing your own voice, this is a very useful way to find out what’s wrong with your spoken Thai. Record yourself speaking and then listen to the tape, or ask a native speaker for some advice.
Finally you should study from the best source you can find.
Study material that you can trust, that is commonly used, and that is correct.”
Ideally a professional experienced Thai language tutor is the best.
“It is difficult to learn from books alone and you don’t want to learn something incorrectly. Then it is more difficult to get it right.” Expecially if you want to have a good pronunciation! Thai language is a tonal language so you need to have a teacher to show you how to speak and correct your pronunciation in the beginning. 
“Learning Thai takes time and patience. Try to relax and take it easy. The most important thing you need in the beginning is a good vocabulary. Daily practice is very important. Starting with a foundation and slowly build on it.”
Do not worry about making mistakes, in fact the more mistakes you make, the more you will learn from them. Practice everyday and be confident!

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Course :Basic Thai Conversation

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Course Intermediate – Advanced Conversation – relies on spoken Thai as much as possible! use expression, to speak more complicated sentences, Thai slang, Role play, learn to think in Thai and speak like Thais. Teacher will speak Thai to you the natural way!

Thai for tourists / or for relationships – focuses on Useful Patterns and Thai CULTURE, values and beliefs, more discussion (consultant), use expression and all you want to know as an individual.

Advanced – Business Thai Conversation focuses on language and culture relevant for doing business, more discussion in both formal and informal language. Conversations for doing business and management. Also reading articles and newspaper.

Reading – Writing Thai uses print materials designed for essential, rapid learning! include audios for listening with many fun stories and over thousands patterns.

Documents and audios ( .doc, .pdf, .mp3, .m4a ) will send via email before lesson.

Learn Thai from anywhere in the world “easy systematic and fun”

Hello everyone, welcome to Thai language lessons with Kruu Wee

I am Kruu (teacher) Wee, your Thai teacher! I have twelve years of experience teaching Thai to foreigners. I started while learning method of teaching Thai to foreigners in University and continued working in Thai language schools. Now I am teaching on-line using a systematic method. My objective is to make Thai language easy and fun!

I have a passion for teaching that is evident in my archive of YouTube videos. (Channel KRUU WEE TEACH THAI YouTube Channel ) My methods focus on correct pronunciation, understand what student’s problems are and know how to correct their pronunciation. And attention to the “student’s goals”. I also teaches about Thai culture, values and customs, which can be very useful for students traveling or living in Thailand.

My lessons focus on what students “want” to know and “need” to learn depending on their “purpose” of learning such as for a relationship, work or for doing business in Thailand, relocation or retirement, tourism, or just as a hobby. I supplement formal lessons with good friendly advice that all students should know before travel.

I believe that it is important to understand Thai culture as well as the language. I aim to teach on many levels including Thai values, spiritual beliefs, attitudes and the personalities of Thai people.

Listening Lesson :) 100 sentences and audios


1.  What time is it now?


2.  I am sorry but I think I will be late.
3.  How many days will you stay here?
4.  I have a headache and also have a fever.
5.  Do you have any medicine for headache?
6.  What time does the shop open/close?
7.  How do I get there from here?
8.  How much does the fare cost?
9.  How much is it for ‘one way’? ‘Round trip’?
เที่ยวเดียวเท่าไหร่. ไปกลับเท่าไหร่
10. I bought 2 kilo of mangosteen
ผมซื้อมังคุด 2 กิโล
11. I would like to try this one.
12. Do you want to share with me?
13. What size is this?
14. Do you have a bigger size?
15. Do you have a smaller size?
16. This is perfect!
17. Is there a swimming pool here?
18. Can I pay with credit card?
19. Where can I buy a ticket?
20. I don’t want to use plastic bag.
21. Was this made in Thailand?
22. Can I ask, ‘how old are you’?
23. You look younger than that!
24. What do you recommend?
25. Do you have an English menu?
26. Can I use the bath room?
27. What language do you speak?
28. She is my girlfriend. / He is my boyfriend.
เธอเป็นแฟนของผม/ เขาเป็นแฟนของฉัน
29. I am so glad to meet you again.
30. Can you repeat that please?
31. Where are you going tomorrow?
32. How long do I have to wait?
33. Is there anything good on TV?
34. What kind of movies do you like?
35. What is your favorite movie?
36. What is your favorite book?
37. I am an only child.
38. I have an older brother and two younger sisters.
ผมมีพี่ชาย 1 คนและน้องสาว 2 คน
39. We walked all the way there.
40. Today it rained but we did not have an umbrella.
41. The weather back home is cooler than here.
42. Do you have any sunscreen?
43. Can I borrow your pen?
44. Watch out for ‘pick pockets’ – they will steal your money.
45. Thai people love our King.
46. Are you worried about..?
47. Are you a police?
48. Today I went to the temple.
49. Do you have any allergies?
50. Have you ever tried durian?
51. Happy birthday!
52. I have an appointment at 5 pm.
ผมมีนัดตอน 5 โมงเย็น
53. Have a safe trip!
54. I used to live in Bangkok.
55. I have never eaten fresh chillies.
56. The restaurant is next to a post office.
57.I am so glad to meet you again.
58. How many children do you have?
59.William is my younger brother.
60.Do you know how to make Papaya Salad?
61.Can I buy a ticket here?
62. What time did she arrive last night?
63. Do you know her name?
64.Do you know her?
65. Don’t drive too fast.
66.This shirt is too big for me.
67. I am coming to Thailand in 6 months.
ผมกำลังมาเมืองไทยอีก 6 เดือน
68. I am not feeling well today.
69. I am happy to stay here tonight.
70. Thank you for helping me.
71. She allergic to seafood.
72. I don’t want to eat too much sweets.
73.Do you know Conrad hotel?
74. Italian food is more delicious than Korean food.
75. I think this one is too spicy for my daughter.
76. I have to take medicine every day.
77. Peter is cooking dinner for us.
78. May I have water without ice?
79. I hope I will get a new job this month.
80. Don’t worry! Every will be better.
ไม่ต้องเป็นห่วง ทุกอย่างจะดีขึ้น
81. May I have “Tom yam gung” not too spicy?
82. I want to go to Chiangmai for 2 days.
ผมอยากไปเชียงใหม่ 2 วัน
83. See you at the airport.
84. How old is your son?
85. How is the weather in Pattaya?
86. I like Indian food the most.
87. I can speak and read Thai language but not very fluent.
88. I will go to Bangkok next weekend.
89. Where is the nearest bank?
90. I am going to go shopping with my family.
91.  May I go with you?
92.  I will go to see you in Kho Samui.
93. My parents do not like spicy foods.
94. Tomorrow morning  I have to take my son to his school
95. I am cooking for my wife.
96. I don’t think so!
ผมไม่เห็นด้วย/ ผมไม่คิดอย่างนั้น
97. I will tell her later.
98. I don’t want to waste my time.
99. Wish you were here!
100. I am thinking about the next trip to Thailand.

Thai Classifier #1

In the Thai language, It’s important to use the correct classifier when counting. Each noun has a specific classifier word which should be used in a sentence when you’re referring to a determinate number of items.
Pattern : noun + number + a classifier of the noun
For example : Today, I eat rice with 3 fishes.
วันนี้ฉันกินข้าวกับปลา 3 ตัว
wan née chăn gin kâao gàp bplaa săam dtua
วันนี้ / wan née / today
ฉัน / chăn / I
กินข้าว / gin kâao/ eat (Although this is literally “to eat rice” it’s used as a general term for referring to eating meals.)
กับ / gàp / with ; together with
ปลา 3 ตัว / bplaa săam dtua / 3 fishs
===ตัว tua = a specific classifier for ANIMALS===
noun + number + classifier
ปลา + 3 + ตัว = 3 fishes



I like this one!




an níi paa-săa thai rîak wâa a-rai?

= What do you call “this one” in Thai?

“rîak เรียก = to call”

An อัน is a common unit in Thai  = ….one (noun/unit) in English –  refer to noun / an object only

See —> How to use !

the big one = อันใหญ่ an yài

Which one ? = อันไหน an năi

that one = อันนั้น an nán

the red one = อันสีแดง an sĕe daeng

another one = อันอื่น an èun  

( switch to the other side)


How do you say….?

  1. I like this one = ……………….
  2. That one is expensive.=………………….
  3. The blue one is mine. =………………….


  1. ฉันชอบอันนี้ chăn chôp an-née
  2. อันนั้นแพง an-nán paeng
  3. อันสีน้ำเงินของฉัน an sĕe náam-ngern kŏng chăn

10 sentences of today :) + audio


  1. Is there a post office around here?
    tăew née mee bprai-sà-nee măi
    แถวนี้ มี ไปรษณีย์ ไหม
    แถวนี้ tăew née this row
    มี mee have ; there is
    ไปรษณีย์ bprai-sà-nee post ; mail
    ไหม măi (particle used to turn a statement into a question, similar to a question mark)

    2. How much does it cost per 1 hour?

    nèung chûa mohng tâo rài
    หนึ่งชั่วโมง เท่าไหร่
    หนึ่งชั่วโมง nèung chûa mohng an hour
    เท่าไหร่ tâo rài how much 

    3. What kind of food do you like? 

    kun chôp aa hăan bàep năi คุณชอบอาหารแบบไหน
    คุณ kun you
    ชอบ chôp like
    อาหาร aa hăan food
    แบบ bàep model ; style ; way

    like ; as ; in the same way as

    ไหน năi which


    4. I hope we will see each other again     หวังว่าเราจะได้พบกันอีก

    หวังว่า wăng wâa hope that
    เรา rao we ; us
    จะ will ; shall
    ได้ dâai can ; be able to ; to get
    พบกัน póp gan meet ; see each other
    อีก èek again ; once more ; more

    5. Have you ever been to Phuket? 

    kun koie bpai poo-gèt măi คุณเคยไปภูเก็ตไหม
    คุณ kun you
    เคย Koie once ; ever ; used to
    ไป bpai go ; leave ; depart
    ภูเก็ต poo-gèt Phuket
    ไหม măi (particle used to turn a statement into a question, similar to a question mark)

    6. I will rent a car.

    pŏm jà châo rót ผมจะเช่ารถ
    ผม pŏm I (used by men only)
    จะ will ; shall
    เช่า châo rent ; hire ; lease
    รถ rót car ; vehicle

   7. I will call you tonight.


pŏm jà toh hăa kun keun née

S + toh- hăa + someone


(Toh pai + place )

โทรหา + someone

= to call someone by phone.


ผม pŏm I (used by men only)
จะ will ; shall
โทร toh call ; telephone ; phone
หา hăa to search for ; to look for
คุณ kun you
คืนนี้ keun née tonight ; this night ; this evening

8. The restaurant (where/that) we went yesterday was good.


ráan aa-hăan têe rao bpai mêua waan née · dee mâak **ที่ = a relative pronoun
ร้านอาหาร ráan aa-hăan restaurant
ที่ têe that ; which ; who
เรา rao we ; us
ไป bpai go ; leave ; depart
เมื่อวานนี้ mêua waan née yesterday
ดีมาก dee mâak [to be] great ; excellent ; very good

9. We have to wait here for 2 hours.

rao dtông ror têe nêe sŏng chûa moong เราต้องรอที่นี่ 2 ชั่วโมง
เรา rao we ; us
ต้อง dtông have to ; must
รอ ror wait
ที่นี่ têe nêe here
2 ชั่วโมง sŏng chûa moong 2 hours

10. Could you teach me Thai (language)?

chûay sŏn paa-săa thai nòi dâai măi ช่วยสอนภาษาไทยหน่อยได้ไหม
ช่วย chûay help ; aid ; assist
สอน sŏn to teach ; to instruct ; to educate
ภาษาไทย paa-săa tai Thai (language)
หน่อย nòi (particle added to soften a request or command)

a little ; a little bit

ได้ dâai Can you
ไหม măi (particle used to turn a statement into a question, similar to a question mark)