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Jcademy
Online Learning Portal by Polyglot Stuart Jay Raj. Stuart adds SJR to his tweets. Other contributors add their own initials.
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Jcademy 9 May 15
It's mind blowing to know Thailand was bilingual during a period of history. Thai and Khmer. Many 1 to 1 translation words.
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Jcademy 9 May 15
This is the webinar that you will get deeper into Thai by learning Khmer that most Thai don't even know... that they know!
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Jcademy 9 May 15
We are starting!!!! Today it's Khmer secret tips to accelerate your Thai!!!
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Jcademy 2 May 15
How do you say "Keep the change?" ไม่ต้องทอนครัย
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Jcademy 2 May 15
"how much?" Don't know price with motorcycle taxi? Instead, ask them "Do you have change of 100"?
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Jcademy 2 May 15
Taxi tips: get to the top of the soi for taxi instead of inside the soi. Traffics in there soi.
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Jcademy 2 May 15
So do you say top of the soi or bottom of the soi?
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Jcademy 2 May 15
Do you think the place "MBK" will be understood by Thai taxi? Nonono....
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Jcademy 2 May 15
Give the general address first, then go from there!
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Jcademy 2 May 15
Please use the meter (this is so important!) Sometimes taxi drivers "forget"
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Jcademy 2 May 15
How should we say "Are you free?" in Thai?
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Jcademy 2 May 15
How can you get lower the chance of getting ripped off by the taxi drivers? Jump in to the webinar!!!
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Jcademy 2 May 15
We are learning in a taxi today!
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Jcademy 25 Apr 15
แบบ means "kind of"
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Jcademy 25 Apr 15
ปะ a particle that means "or not" in Thai that is a short for หรือเปล่า, use in conversation only
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Jcademy 25 Apr 15
จ็ะเอ้ means peekaboo in English!
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Jcademy 25 Apr 15
Is there a time where using the Thai particles will be impolite? Check out the webinar now!
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Jcademy 25 Apr 15
น่า na "worth doing" + something
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Jcademy 25 Apr 15
นัก nak means "very" or "much" or "very much"
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Jcademy 25 Apr 15
หนอ "noog" "Isn't it so" is the general meaning to this Thai Particles.
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