Free Learning Thai
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LESSON 3

TO GREET


PRONUNCIATION
a Wan aa Saam auw Kaauw
e Tjed ee Kaffee ei Peid
i Sib ie Jiesib oe Noeng
o Pom oo Soong aaj Paaj
u Paluhat uu Tsjuu




Hello
Sawat die
Hello (polite)
(Woman says:) Sawat die kha
(Man says:) Sawat die krab
Hello Eugeen
Sawat die Eugeen
Hello mister Eugeen
(Woman:) Sawat die kha khoen Eugeen
(Man:) Sawat die krab khoen Eugeen
Hello miss Phranee
(Woman:) Sawat die kha khoen Phranee
(Man:) Sawat die krab khoen Phranee
Hello mister / miss Ö ? (you donít know his/her name)
(Woman:) Sawat die kha khoen ... ?
(Man:) Sawat die krab khoen ... ?


I am Ö (name)
(Woman:) Tsjan tsjuu Phranee
(Man:) Phom tsjuu Eugeen




Good morning
Sawat die toon tsjaauw
Good afternoon
Sawat die toon baaj
Good evening
Sawat die toon jen
Good night
Raa trie sawad
Thais don't normally shake
hands when they greet one,
another but press the palms
together in a prayer-like
gesture.

They call this: "wai".


How are you ? (tot a friend)
Sabaaj die maaj ?
How are you ? (polite)
(Woman:) Sabaaj die maaj kha ?
(Man:) Sabaaj die maaj krab ?




Fine - And you ?
Sabaaj die - Leauw khoen la ?
Very well
Die maak maak
Not so fine
Maaj kooj die
A little bit sick
Maaj kooj sabaaj
Thank you
(Woman:) Khop khoen kha
(Man:) Khop khoen krab
Nice to meet you
Die tsjaaj tie daaj phob khoen
Iím glad you could come
(Woman:) Tsjan die tsjaai tie khoen maa
(Man:) Phom die tsjaai tie khoen maa
Welcome
Jin die toon rab



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