The Thai Wai: When & How To Wai Properly

The ไหว้ (waiF) is the Thai equivalent of the handshake. It’s a polite greeting that you will use on a daily basis in Thailand and you will impress many if you can do a ไหว้ the correct way. The basic action is to place your hands (palms together) in front of your body. Many foreigners fail to learn the proper greeting based on the age and status of the other person, and learning the correct way to wai will impress many Thais that you meet (and maybe save you some embarrassment too)!


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How To Watch Netflix Thai Dubs From Anywhere

If you’re learning Thai and want a little extra listening practice, watching TV or movies with Thai audio is a relaxing way to passively reinforce vocab and grammar that you’ve already learned.  Up until recently Netflix had some of their original content dubbed and subtitled in Thai but it wasn’t available for anyone outside of Thailand.  They recently started opening up their Thai language options to all of their subscribers, but you’ve got to jump through a few hoops to find it.  Here’s a step-by-step guide!


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