Who said Thai doesn’t have tenses? That’s not true. We do have tenses like in English but do not have conjugation to indicate the tense, instead, we use Tense particles
April is approaching. Many of you are getting excited about the Songkran Festival ประเพณีสงกรานต์ that is celebrated throughout 13-15 of April each year. It’s the biggest water festival on earth
Christmas and New Year are coming. You might wonder what to buy for your Thai friends, colleagues, and family. Here are the tips with the 5 common gift ideas for New
I am now Traveling in Phuket for 2 weeks and it’s been an amazing time here. The city started to feel more alive. I also enjoyed the beaches, hiking, coconut,
Whether you’re attending a Thai language class or just learning Thai on your own, being curious or being enthusiastic to learn more is a great personality to have as a
You might already know the word มากกว่า (mâak-gwàa) as “more than” but there are more to learn. Listen to my Thai podcast and learn from this blog post.
Many people started learning Thai scripts but gave up because of a few painful challenges. BUT, no worries. I will help you go through all of them and give you
ผัดไทย (Pad Thai) is one of most favourite the dishes of the world. However, many people do not know its history and how this Thai stir fried noodles became so
Learn essential vocabulary used when shopping at the fresh market while improve your Thai listening skill with my podcast.
It’s time to level up your Thai to make more Thai friends. Learn how to introduce yourself in a more interesting way!
Improve your Thai listening skills with a quick Thai story about my daily routine in Bangkok. (Intermediate level)
For the past months, Covid-19 has spread around the globe. As a result, many countries took different measure to prevent the disease including promoting social distancing. While being quarantined or
If you live in Thailand or have Thai friends, you might wonder how to say ‘Happy Birthday’ in Thai and how Thais celebrate their birthday.
The most important word that you need to know when traveling or living in Thailand is ‘Thank you!‘ as you will find many occasions to thank people and to show
If you visit Thailand for the first time, you must be curious about how to say ‘hello’ in Thai and how to greet Thai people.
If you are new here in Thailand and started to get interested in learning Thai, you might have wondered whether you should go to a Thai language school or take
Many foreigners have different reasons to learn Thai (e.g. have a Thai partner, work in Thailand and travel for holidays frequently) but some of them might still struggle with how
My first Banana Talks Thai Podcast is finally released to help you learn Thai, and enjoy listening to interesting topics around Thailand. This podcast is an interview of a non-Thai
It’s now April and it becomes hotter and hotter. You might have already recognized that Songkran Festival is coming, and we just cannot wait to celebrate it together. In this
Poop as a waste of the body /khîi/ (ขี้) in Thai language means not only “poop” as a noun or “to take a dump” as an informal verb but also “body waste”.