This lesson will be a little bit different. We wont give you any keywords this time. Instead we want you to focus on listening to what we say and do and try to understand what's happening. This is a way for you to get into thinking in the Thai language rather than just translating in your head. It takes some getting used to, but it will help you improve a lot. You will sharpen your ears to the Thai language and start to pick up new language without even knowing it. This is a fun method that many students enjoy. Try it at home and with your friends!
Today we will learn how to say "we're a couple", "we are friends" or "we love each other" or "they are angry at each other" using the word "gan" which means "together" or "with each other".
A very simple structure that you can pick up quickly and use in a variety of situations. Thank's for watching!
fɛɛn = romantic partner (girlfriend / boyfriend)
gan = together / with eachother
pʉ̂an = friend
rák = (to) love
gròot = angry
(person1) lɛ́ (person2) rák gan = (person1) and (person2) love eachother.
(person1) lɛ́ (person2) bpen pʉ̂an gan = (person1) and (person2) are friends.