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7 Thai Phrases You Need To Learn To Impress A Thai Girl

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So you have decided to take my advice and find a Thai girlfriend. Excellent! That is the first step for a very happy life for you. So the first thing is to go out and find a girl. My previous articles have provided some great information on how to do this, and there will be many more tips to come. But once you find that special Thai girl, you will want to impress her by knowing some words/phrases that will be helpful in impressing your new Thai beauty.

Today, I’m going to go over 7 Thai words/phrases you should know when dating or trying to date a girl, whether online or traveling to Thailand. Please note that these are approximate English pronunciations of the actual Thai words. The good news is that most Thai girls can read at least a little bit of English and will be able to understand these Thai words and phrases written in English if you are chatting online using instant messaging or on Thai dating websites. Let us begin!

1. The first thing you need to learn is to tell your Thai girl that she looks beautiful. This can be said as follows: Sway mak. The word “sway” means beautiful and “mak” translates as very. Alternatively, you can say: “Narak mak”, which translates to “very cute”.

2. Next, you should know what she might answer when you tell her here that she is beautiful. He may just say “hob khun ka” which is Thai for “thank you”. Or you can be bold and say “pak waan”, which means “sweet mouth”. This is a cute and flirty way of a Thai girl which means that she doesn’t fully believe your sweet words.

3. If you just met your Thai lady, you might want to ask her if she already has a boyfriend or kick. To do this, say: “Khun me faen mai?” This literally translates as: “do you have a boyfriend?”

4. When you start getting serious about your Thai girlfriend, it might be time to start calling her by the name that Thai women love. The word is “tirak”. When you call her that, she will literally melt with happiness. But just make sure you mean it first!

5. If you’re talking to a girl and it’s late, you might want to say “sweet dreams.” For this you can say: “Faan dee”. She will really like that and she will go to sleep thinking about you. She trusts me.

6. Last, and perhaps most important, is the first night you go on a date. If you’re in Thailand, make sure you go to a nice romantic restaurant and bring a bottle of wine. Raise your glass and say “chon gaow”. If you’re drinking from a bottle, say “chon cuord.” “Gaow” means glass and “cuord” means bottle.

7. The final phrase you’ll want to learn when dating a Thai girl is the big “L” word. To say I love you, just say “Pom rak khun.” I’ll leave the rest to you!

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