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    Learn Thai - Tea & Coffee

    Learn Thai - Tea & Coffee Video

    Tea (Cha)
    Coffee (ga-fare)
    Hot tea (Cha ron)
    Iced coffee (ga-fare yen)
    Cup (tuây) *NB*
    Sugar (Nam tarn)
    Milk (Nom)
    Kettle (Gar tom nam ron)

    "Ron" is pronounced "Rawn", well that seems closer phonetics to me anyway.
    When ordering a cup of coffee or tea you generally wouldn't use the word "cup" and it would probably confuse the Thai staff if you did, I mean it's not as if they think you want a bowl or spoon of tea is it

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