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On 16/01/2017 at 10:11 AM, morrobay said:


Unlike English if a Thai word is not pronounced ( tone) 100% correctly  they will  not understand it.

I'm just starting to realise this. Doesn't make for easy learning.


Mind you all the countryfolk round here are trying out English on me. Even my elderly, miserable neighbour says " good morning".


Learnt a new Thai word for 'timer' today but you've got to pronounce it right.....


'tie murrr'.


On 16/01/2017 at 10:11 AM, morrobay said:

Anyway the girls speak bamboo Engish. Who else would you want to talk to ???

Wifey is fluent in English fortunately.

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IMO the real problem starts when Harry the hump does a 180 degree turn and jumps from city living to a farm house with a bride that is only interested in her smart phone.
They are easy to spot with unbelievable post counts.
Surround yourself with like minded people, we are social animals and living in thailand will be a breeze

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