Kat Teaches Thai Episode 7 (How to use color words in a sentence)
Kat Teaches Thai
by Kat Durasawin
8M ago
On the last episode, I taught you how to say color words, or see (rhymes with we).  There are more color names but those are the basic ones and we will learn the harder ones in the future.  Today, we will be learning how to put the word see in the sentences. Here’s a little introduction on Thai grammar.  In English, the word order in a sentence usually goes from subject, verb, adjective, to object.  For example, Emma eats blue popsicle.  The subject is Emma; eats is verb; blue is adjective; and popsicle is object.  In Thai, the word order in a sentence usually goe ..read more
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Kat Teaches Thai Episode 6 (see)
Kat Teaches Thai
by Kat Durasawin
8M ago
On the last episode I taught you how to say, "Koon-cheu-a-rai", which means, "What is your name?"  To reply to the question, male speaker would say: Pome-cheu....(name).  Female speaker would say: Chun-cheu.....(name). I also taught you how to swap out different pronouns in the question and the response.  I hope you have been practicing them all! On this episode, I teach you how to say See (with a higher tone), which means color.  You are learning 14 different color words.  When you want to say a color name, you always say the word SEE in front of the color name. See C ..read more
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Kat Teaches Thai Episode 4 (ma-narn-laeow, ma-mai-narn, and perng-ma)
Kat Teaches Thai
by Kat Durasawin
8M ago
In this episode, I teach you how to respond to the questions, "ma-jarg-nai" and "ma-narn-reur-young."  Ma-jarg-nai means, where did you come from?  When you reply to the question, you take out the word "nai" at the end of the sentence and add a name of a place.  The phrase becomes: ma-jarg-Mexico, ma-jarg-Italy, ma-jarg-Australia, etc.  It means, "come from (a name of a place)." There are several ways to respond to the question, "ma-narn-reur-young".  Today, I teach you 3.  The first one can be ma-narn-laeow.  The word "ma" means come.  The w ..read more
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Kat Teaches Thai Episode 3 (ma-jarg-nai, ma-narn-reur-young)
Kat Teaches Thai
by Kat Durasawin
8M ago
On the last episode, I taught you how to say kob-koon, which means thank you.  I also taught you how to say pobe-gun-mai, which means to meet again.  Remember not to get the two words of mai and mai confused.  One has a lower tone and means new.  The other one has a higher tone and you add it at the end of the sentences to form questions. On this episode, I teach you how to say ma-jarg-nai, which means where did you come from?  Ma is exactly like the word "ma".  Jarg uses the a sound in "shark".  Nai uses the i sound in "lie". The word ma means come.&n ..read more
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Kat Teaches Thai Episode 1 (sa-wad-dee, sa-bye-dee-mai)
Kat Teaches Thai
by Kat Durasawin
8M ago
I became interested in teaching Thai when I made friends with Miss Antoinette who happens to be a regular customer at the restaurant that I work in.  One day, Miss Antoinette told me she wanted to learn Thai.  I then started to teach Thai words and phrases to my customers. In this Episode, I teach you how to say, "sa-wad-dee".  Sa-wad-dee means Hello and goodbye.  The word "sa" rhymes with "ha".  The word "wad"  uses the "a" sound in "what".  The word "dee" rhymes with "me". I also teach you how to say, "sa-bye-dee-mai".  Sa-bye-dee-mai means How are y ..read more
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Kat Teaches Thai Episode 7 (How to use color words in a sentence)
Kat Teaches Thai
by Kat Durasawin
1y ago
On the last episode, I taught you how to say color words, or see (rhymes with we).  There are more color names but those are the basic ones and we will learn the harder ones in the future.  Today, we will be learning how to put the word see in the sentences. Here’s a little introduction on Thai grammar.  In English, the word order in a sentence usually goes from subject, verb, adjective, to object.  For example, Emma eats blue popsicle.  The subject is Emma; eats is verb; blue is adjective; and popsicle is object.  In Thai, the word order in a sentence usually goe ..read more
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Kat Teaches Thai Episode 6 (see)
Kat Teaches Thai
by Kat Durasawin
1y ago
On the last episode I taught you how to say, "Koon-cheu-a-rai", which means, "What is your name?"  To reply to the question, male speaker would say: Pome-cheu....(name).  Female speaker would say: Chun-cheu.....(name). I also taught you how to swap out different pronouns in the question and the response.  I hope you have been practicing them all! On this episode, I teach you how to say See (with a higher tone), which means color.  You are learning 14 different color words.  When you want to say a color name, you always say the word SEE in front of the color name. See C ..read more
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Kat Teaches Thai Episode 5 (koon-cheu-a-rai, pome/chun-cheu)
Kat Teaches Thai
by Kat Durasawin
1y ago
My friend Nate and his family came by the restaurant one day and gave me the idea to teach color words.  Unfortunately we are not doing that today and I promise you I will do that on the next episode instead.  On the last episode I taught you how to reply to the question, "Ma-narn-reu-young?", which means, "Have you been here for a long time?"  You can reply, "Ma-narn-laeow", which means, "Yes, I have been here for a long time."  Or you can reply, "Ma-mai-narn", which means, "No, I haven't been here for a long time."  The other one I also taught you was, "Perng ma", w ..read more
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Kat Teaches Thai Episode 4 (ma-narn-laeow, ma-mai-narn, and perng-ma)
Kat Teaches Thai
by Kat Durasawin
1y ago
In this episode, I teach you how to respond to the questions, "ma-jarg-nai" and "ma-narn-reur-young."  Ma-jarg-nai means, where did you come from?  When you reply to the question, you take out the word "nai" at the end of the sentence and add a name of a place.  The phrase becomes: ma-jarg-Mexico, ma-jarg-Italy, ma-jarg-Australia, etc.  It means, "come from (a name of a place)." There are several ways to respond to the question, "ma-narn-reur-young".  Today, I teach you 3.  The first one can be ma-narn-laeow.  The word "ma" means come.  The w ..read more
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Kat Teaches Thai Episode 3 (ma-jarg-nai, ma-narn-reur-young)
Kat Teaches Thai
by Kat Durasawin
1y ago
On the last episode, I taught you how to say kob-koon, which means thank you.  I also taught you how to say pobe-gun-mai, which means to meet again.  Remember not to get the two words of mai and mai confused.  One has a lower tone and means new.  The other one has a higher tone and you add it at the end of the sentences to form questions. On this episode, I teach you how to say ma-jarg-nai, which means where did you come from?  Ma is exactly like the word "ma".  Jarg uses the a sound in "shark".  Nai uses the i sound in "lie". The word ma means come.&n ..read more
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