พอ (pohr) means 'enough or sufficient. It's one of the most commonly used words in Thai conversation. In this episode, you will learn how to use พอ properly with 10 colloquial phrases with examples.
Got feedback? Write me at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info about BananaThai and online courses, visit www.bananathaischool.com
Songkran is coming. Let's practice Thai listening and learn about the famous Songkran tradition of Thailand.
Songkran promotion: Enroll in one course, get one course for free!
There are 2 packages to choose from. Contact me at email@example.com for further information. This promo is available only for 7 days (10-16 April). Please be quick and get started with Thai during this long holiday.
The most engaging and fun self-paced programs to learn Thai
Website | Facebook | Instagram | Email
Learn 10 Thai adverbs of frequency to answer the question 'บ่อยไหม' (how often?). Answer the 5 quick quizzes at the end of the podcast and pass it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or tag me on my social media 'BananaThaiSchool', I will get back to you with correction.
Learn 10 ways to use ก็ - the most common particle used by native Thai speakers. In this episode, you will get an overview of how to use ก็ in a proper sentence and learn with practical examples that you can just use right after this episode. ถ้าคุณชอบ episode นี้ก็อย่าลืมไลค์และแชร์นะคะ
This content is part of the Intermediate Thai program. Join the Intermediate Thai learning communities with students from around the world and learn Thai via Zoom with Kru Smuk every Friday at 4:00 pm. Feel free to email me at email@example.com for further information.
In the special episode, I invited a Thai teacher (Kru Chom) to be my guest speaker. She was in Thailand's ASQ and she will share her experience and answer all questions related to quarantine in Thailand. Lots of useful Thai phrases are taught in this episode as well.
Follow her on social media: Thai by Chom (www.thaibychom.com)
And stay tuned for my coming podcasts on Learn Thai GluayGluay Podcast
Let's learn the 5 มุขเสี่ยว to first for your (potential) Valentine's. You will learn these 5 common phrases related to love:
ใจตรงกัน รักข้างเดียว โลกสีชมพู ทอดสะพาน and ความรักบังตา. If you enjoy this episode and would like to support me by treating me a dish of Pad Thai, please feel free to contribute at www.paypal.me/bananathai
Much love, Kru Smuk
It's very common to ask your friends or colleagues about the weekend. It's a great way to start a small talk and keep in touch with people. In this podcast, you will learn how to ask about the weekend and respond to it with ease. Clear explanations and various examples are provided.
Want to improve your Thai? Check out my online courses on https://learn.bananathaischool.com/
Or treat me a meal of Pad Gaprao as support. https://www.paypal.me/bananathai
Yes, I am back on my Podcast Channel! Thank you for your emails to catch up with me when I was away. คิดถึงครูใช่ไหมล่ะ :) In this episode, I will tell you a story of my holidays abroad. You will be practicing your Thai listening from the story. The level will be intermediate level - not easy and not too difficult.
Please feel free to keep in touch with me by email at krumsmuk@bananathaischool. Share with me your tips to keep motivated with Thai or to get started with Thai. I have plenty of amazing online courses to help you learn Thai in a simple, quick, and fun way. Let's talk!
Loy Krathong day is already tomorrow. (Oct 31, 2020) Let's learn Thai at the same time learn to participate in this Thai tradition mindfully with 5 tips to ลอยกระทง sustainably! Plus I will be hosting a FB Live to celebrate and learn about Loy Krathong on Saturday 31s of Oct at 1pm. Please join me at www.facebook.com/bananathaischool
The annual festival of eating vegetarian food and practicing Buddhist rules (aka เทศกาลกินเจ) in Thailand has just started. Let's talk about how it is and what rules and practices need to be followed in this episode.
Got feedback? Write to me at Krusmuk@banaanthaishcool.com
This episode is useful but at the same time, disgusting because I will be talking about "Poopoo". Expand your vocabulary with the word ขี้ (kîi) that literally means 'shit' and 'waste'. It can also be a prefix of adjectives for personality.
Got feedback or want to request any topics that you'd like me to talk about in the coming episode? Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out my online Thai courses on http://bananathaischool.com.
Do not forget to follow my Learn Thai Podcast on Youtube, Spotify, Apple podcast, and more!
ให้ hai means to give but it can also mean to allow. Besides, it can be used with a couple of verbs as a preposition. Listen to this podcast practice listening to a story full of ให้ hai. Feel free to drop me an email at email@example.com to ask any questions, seek for assistant or share what you'd like to hear in the next episodes.
I will introduce you to 10 common Thai personalities (Good/Bad) to help you understand Thais better and know how to live together with us. Share your ideas about Thai personalities you noticed on Apple Podcast, I will get back to you very soon.
Talking about physical appearance and personality can be challenging. There are a few words you should avoid saying to Thais. I will also suggest replacements that is more positive and pleasant to hear. How do you like this topic? Drop an email at Krusmuk@bananathaischool.com
One of the most entertaining ways to learn Thai is to learn from a Thai song. Today I would like to introduce you to a famous song สักวันฉันจะดีพอ (sák-wan chãn jà dii-poor) and teach you essential Thai words. If you'd like to learn a full song, join the Weekly Thai Group on http://learn.bananathaischool.com/p/bananathailive. Only 200 baht/month to learn Thai via Zoom with me every Friday at 4:00 pm.
Many of my students planned to move to Thailand or already moved to Thailand after retirement. So I would help you improve your Thai listening skill in the topic of เกษียนอายุ (gà-sǐan aa-yú) story of Susan. What about you? Are you planning to move to Thailand after retirement as well?
To speak Thai naturally and sound like a native, you must learn Thai particles (mostly is placed at the end of a sentence). Words with no meaning but they imply big expressive tones and emotions. To join a Zoom lesson this Friday on the topic of 5 Thai particles (part2), please contact me on Krusmuk@bananathaischool.com
The question for you today is ทำไมถึงอยากเรียนภาษาไทย 'tham-mai thueng yaak-rian paa-saa-Thai' (Why do you want to learn Thai?). Listen to different common reasons why people are learning Thai. Email me at Krusmuk@bananathaischool.com to share your reasons. I will get back to you with my personal assistance :)
You may know Tom Yam Kung and Phad Thai, but you might not be familiar with one of the most famous Thai cuisines for locals - Isan Cuisine from the Northeastern part of Thailand. Learn more Thai at www.bananathaischool.com
Listen to a story in Thai and test your listening with 5 questions from the story as well as expand your Thai vocabulary about งานบ้าน (ngaan-bâan) or housework. Learn more Thai at www.bananathaischool.com
Who loves coffee must listen to this episode - learn essential vocabulary and phrases to order drinks and snacks in Thai from an example conversation. To learn more Thai, visit my website www.bananathaischool.com
Listen to the story about Pad Thai and how it develops to be one of the most famous Thai dishes, as well as test your Thai by answering 5 questions from the story. See the full Thai transcript and a list of essential words from this episode on my blog post: www.bananathaischool.com/blog
Review essential vocabulary commonly used at a fresh market such as meat, seafood, vegetables, and fruits, while practicing your Thai listening skill with a short story. To see my Thai course and read my blog please visit www.bananathaischool.com
This week, I would like to help you make Thai friends by introducing yourself in a more interesting way. Not only telling your name or where you're from but also things you like to eat and to do. Once you've learned this, please feel free to send me an email or voice message telling 10 things about you [See Translation and Transcript]
This week, I would like to help you practice your Thai listening skill with the topic on 'daily routine'. I will tell you the story slowly and clearly in Thai language. So you can practice listening. At the end of the episode, I will review 15 essential words about daily activity. To read the full Thai transcript, visit https://bananathaischool.com/podcast-ep2-daily-routine
The hottest topic in town is Covid-19. The spread became bigger and bigger in Thailand, especially Bangkok where I live. So I would like to keep you updated about the situation here as well as teach essential Thai vocabulary on the topic, "How to prevent Covid-19".
Here is Kru Smuk your Thai teacher. I will help you improve your Thai listening skills with my weekly podcasts (posted every Sunday) I hope you enjoy! To get to know me more, please visit my website: www.bananathaischool.com