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  • Hello

    Sawadee ca (females)

    My name is Anna

    Chun chiah Anna

    What is your name?

    Khun chiah ah-ria ca

    My name is Jon

    phom chiah Jon krup

    Nice to meet you

    Yin dee tee dia roo-chak

    Nice to meet you too

    chen gun ca

    How are you?

    Sabai-dee ruh krup

    I am fine, how about you?

    Sabai-dee ca, khun la ca?

    I am also fine, thank you

    Phom gaw sabai-dee, cup khun krup

    I or my (informal)

    chun

    I (formal, male)

    phom

    I (formal, female)

    dee-chun

    You

    kuhn

    what

    ah-ria

    name

    chiah

    good day

    sawadee

    how are you

    sabai dee mai

    to be fine

    sabai dee (ending with ca or krup)

    same here

    chen gun

    to know

    roo or roo-chak

    understand

    cow chai

    do not understand

    mai cow chai

    no problem or that's okay

    mai pen rai

    good

    dee

    a state of being happy

    sabai

    a word at the end of a phrase that asks a question

    ruh or mai (high tone)

    thank you

    cup khun krup

    not or no

    mai (falling tone)

    possible

    dai

    not possible

    mai dai

    to be or are you able

    pen/pen mai (are you able to)/mai pen (I can't)

    to buy

    seu

    to call

    toh

    to count

    nap

    to do

    tham

    to cook

    tham ahan

    to drink

    duem

    to eat

    gin/gin mai (do you want to eat)/mai gin (I do not want to eat)

    to have

    me

    to hear

    dai-yin

    to help

    chewy

    to know someone

    roochack

    to like

    chob

    to listen

    fang

    to

    tee

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