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New Thai lesson: Kitchen

Submitted by Hugh on 18 April 2013

Following hot on the heels of the new lesson for living room objects in Thai, I am pleased to announce the addition of a new lesson for kitchen objects in Thai.

Firstly, of course, we have the Thai word for kitchen.

We have the Thai words for all the big equipment: oven, refrigerator, washing machine.

We have cooking items: frying pan (all you need for Thai cooking), wooden spoon.

The cruet: the salt and pepper.

Some cutlery: knife (not that you'll ever get one if you're eating a normal Thai meal, since a fork and spoon are usually all you'll get, but one is handy in the kitchen), fork and spoon.

Some crockery: plate, bowl.

And many others: the Thai for table, kettle, jug, broom, sponge, etc.

As always, there is a complete list of all the Thai words included in the kitchen lesson.

Happy Thai study!