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English-Thai Dialogues - H

A (15) B (5) C (18) D (27) E (2) F (1) G (4) H (29) I (16) J (3) L (1) M (10) N (2) S (3) T (11) W (57) Y (36)
English Literal breakdown Recording Learn
Have you eaten yet? (dialogue)
He came to a party at my house at 7 p.m. What time did he get home?
He said, he doesn’t has money. (dialogue)
Hello, how are you? (Dialogue)
Her son called you. What did he say? Please call him.
Housework (Dialogue)
How do you like it here? (dialogue)
How does John come to school? (dialogue)
How long did he talk with his friend? (dialogue)
How long have you been a soldier? (dialogue)
How long have you been here? (dialogue)
How long have you been married? (dialogue)
How long have you been speaking on the telephone? (dialogue)
How long have you been studying Thai? (dialogue)
How long have you been working here? (dialogue)
How long have you been working in the government service? (dialogue)
How long have you know him? (dialogue)
How long will you be staying? (dialogue)
How many hours have you been sitting and waiting for him already? (dialogue)
How many minutes have we already been talking together? (dialogue)
How many months have you already been studying Thai at FSI? (dialogue)
How many months have you been studying here? (dialogue)
How many months since you came back from America? (dialogue)
How many weeks have you already been studying Thai? (dialogue)
How many years has he been studying Thai? (dialogue)
How many years has Mr. Smith been working at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs already? (dialogue)
How many years have you been a teacher? (dialogue)
How many years have you been in Thailand? (dialogue)
How much luggage can I take? (dialogue)