Remember, each of these phrases/questions should have the male/female pleasantry attached to the end.

However, when writing in phonetic form we tend to use ‘D’ because it’s a closer translation.

Therefore you may also see “Daa” written as “Taa”.(“Yim” goes upwards in tone, “suuway” goes downwards in tone).(“Khit” is pronnounced more like “kit”, and has a downward tone).(“Naa” goes upward in tone, as does “rak”).(“Duu” has a downward tone.

“Seksee” sounds just like “sexy” but with the syllables sustained longer and an upward tone).(“Haa” goes downwards in tone, “dai” upwards and “mai” downwards.

The “ra” in “tho-ra-sap” goes up in tone and the “sap” goes down in tone.

“Dai” goes up in tone and “mai” goes down in tone).(use Chan with a downwards tone if you are a woman.

“Haa” goes down in tone, “dai” up in tone and “mai” down in tone).(“pai” sounds more like “by”/”buy”.

“Khaao” sounds more like “cow” and goes up in tone. and “na” goes up in tone).(This is a little more difficult. “Duai” goes up in tone, as does “na”).(“Suai” has a downward tone”.)(“Law” has a downward tone and is pronounced more like “lor” rather than “law”).“Daa” uses the Thai letter ‘Dtor dow’, which is a mix of the letter ‘T’ and ‘D’.

Once you have read through the phrases below, move along to the video at the bottom of the page.

Pay attention to the Thai words that have been translated – as they sound – into English, as these will help you learn the word faster.

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