Thai Dishes

Stir-Fried Basil Leaf Minced Chicken Stir-Fried Basil Leaf Minced Chicken Stir-Fried Basil Leaf Beef Slices Stir-Fried basil Leaf Duck Slices stir-fried pork with basil stir-fried chicken with basil stir-fried beef with basil Stir-fried Pork with Basil and Rice Fried Rice with Pork Garlic Pork Fried Rice stir-fried noodle with black soy sauce stir-fried rice noodle […]

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Telling Time & Dates

day two days before yesterday the day before yesterday yesterday today tomorrow the day after tomorrow two days after tomorrow Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday What day is today? Today is Saturday. weekday weekend holiday public holiday morning noon afternoon evening night decade century millennium in the old days once upon a time […]

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Going to the doctor

headache fever cough flu stomachache sneeze runny nose tired anorexia dizziness footsore hand pain earache sore throat sleepy indigestion diarrhea I want to buy some medicine. What’s wrong with you? Since when did you have it? (the sickness) Do you eat well? symptom negative negative test result prescription tablet (medicine) […]

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Dealing with an emergency

Common phrases Help!(a general call for attention in the hopes that someone in your surrounding will come to your rescue) Someone’s drowning. Fire! Someone call the police, please! Someone call the ambulance, please! Someone call the fire deparment, please! Falling ill He’s choking on a fishball. I’m having a nosebleed. The bleeding does not stop. […]

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Asking for directions

I have lost my way. / I’m lost. I am also not sure because I’m not a native. When approaching a stranger, make sure you start your very first sentence with a polite phrase such as [question] or [question] When translated to English, these phrases can be translated to “Excuse me”, or “May I ask”. […]

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What do you want to buy? I want to buy a shirt. I’ll buy this one. I’ll take this one. What sizes do you have for this one? / What sizes are there for this one? This one is too big. Do you have a bigger size? This one is too small. Do you have […]

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