Learn Thai for Tourists – Lesson 7: Order Food in Thai (ThaiSub)

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Let’s see the basic of Thai language for those who make a trip to Thailand for the first time. In this video, we will learn some top basic phrases for ordering food at a restaurant in Thailand. You can practice these phrases at a Thai restaurant in your own country, too. I’m sure the staff will be surprised! Please check it out!!

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Michael Lawler says:

thanks Ben!

Nathan Larkin says:

I was wondering if you could do a video on Numbers please kap?

carpii says:

does kap and krap mean the same thing for the participle? some videos teach 'krap'

Spooky MGTOW says:

Hey man, are you a tranny?

Wingwing Cheung says:

Khruu Ben how do we ask the waiter for the food that hasn't come yet after a long time? Khop khun khrup!

Irene Yaw says:

i think is better to know the meaning of those single words, will be easier to memorize the sentences. like 'ja rap' 'dee', i guess 'a rai' refers to 'what' right?
anyway, nice video! really help me a lots.

Andy W says:

Can you please tell me how to order a hard boiled egg? I thing egg = Kai, but I don't know how to ask for hard boiled.

Arava Glam says:

I think that was awesome! Wish you would teach that at koocam. I would definitely pay to learn that from you, to get suitable tips.

minhhien nguyễn says:

Hi Ben, Your video is totally what I want for my Bangkok trip 🙂
Thank you very much.
Besides, How I should say "a little bit sour, please" and "a few ice cube, please" (I have problem with my throat)

Thank you! ^_^

Alain Pfaeffli says:

Is it polite to say menu like a local? If someone is trying to speak lipa local in my country, its often seen as not very nice. Thinking they want to make fun of you. And I really dont want to be rude

Albert Ong says:

may I know which video that you taught about the allergies? ผมลืมแล้ววิดีโอไหนครับ…😅

Simon Priyambudi says:

I like it how u teach Thai…so easily .wishes I could speak As well as u are

Alessandro Bravetti says:

ใช่ครับ 🙂 I confused whit grammar…I know the words แล้วจอกัน or เจอกัน ใหม่นะครับ or พบกันใหม่นะครับ 😀

Alessandro Bravetti says:

ขอแสดงความยินดีในภาษาอังกฤษที่ดีเยี่ยมของคุณ เบนร์ you had already said? :)good for me so I can study get Thai and English too…I try to translate all right but you can correct me 🙂 บอบคุณครับเห็นคุณที่วิดีโอถัดไป see you at the next video.

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