Learn Thai Proverbs

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  1. there is a Thai proverb which I only remember in English: “even a dog is suprised about his own fart” – what is that in Thai, please? thank you

    • Hi Vinz,
      Good question! we don’t have the exact meaning as “no pain no gain” , I would say the closest one is อาบเหงื่อตากน้ำ means working very hard to archive goals.
      Hope this help
      Mia

    • “no pain no gain”
      - Hard work pays off. = จงพากเพียรไปเถิดจักเกิดผล

    • ซื่อสัตย์ต่อตนเอง/ sêu sàt dtòr dton ayng/ be true to yourself
      ซื่อสัตย์/sêu sàt /honest
      ต่อ/dtòr/ to ; towards ; against ; for
      ตนเอง/dton ayng/ yourself

  2. Hi,

    I was wondering if you have a thai equivalent to the english quote, ” not all those who wander are lost”

    Thanks so much,

  3. Jack Sullivan says:

    It would be great if you could put spaces in between the Thai (character) words so I could look up each word and see how it relates. Presently I use Google translate and the sounds are too close together for me to understand

  4. what does the proverb “as the world goes by well go on forever” meaning of it

    Give an interpretation of your proverb

    Does the proverb reveal a value that is similar or different from typical US values? Is this proverb consistent with your own personal values?

    Give a situation in which this proverb might be used.

    Could this value be perceived as negative by some people or in certain situations?

    please help!

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