Archive for February, 2012
The Thai Word ‘bang’, Part 2 Posted by palmisano on Feb 28, 2012
In the previous lesson I taught the adjective baang3 บ้าง, which roughly translates to mean ‘some’. Thai has one other similar word, baang1 บาง, which also roughly translates to mean ‘some’ but is used differently.
The Thai Word ‘bang’, Part 1 Posted by palmisano on Feb 27, 2012
The Thai word บ้าง baang3, in English, roughly translates as ‘some’. It’s a fairly common word that, if used, can modify/enhance your sentences.
Days, Weeks, Months, and Years Posted by palmisano on Feb 10, 2012
In this article I will show you how you can talk about the days, weeks, months, and years with respect to today.
The No-Bar-Needed Bar Girl, Part 3 Posted by palmisano on Feb 1, 2012
The following views and descriptions should not be conferred as the views held by Transparant Thai, and in no such manner is this article meant to demean women or Thailand. The following article is presented as a means to convey the darker side of Thailand, an opportunity to learn vocabulary that wouldn’t be taught in…