Learn Thai Top 40: Heart to Heart Talk (with Thai Script)

Learn the most commonly spoken Thai "heart" (jai) words, along with related sample sentences, so that you can start today having heart to heart talks with your Thai friends, colleagues, wife, husband, or lover. Each entry is written both in the Thai script and an easy to understand phonetic spelling in English. Includes figurative and literal (word by word) translations.

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