Thank you ⇒ Khob khun ka ขอบคุณค่ะ（kʰɔ̀ɔp kʰun kʰâ）
How do you pronounce Khob Khun Ka?
As we mentioned before, the polite word for females is ‘ค่ะ(ka)’ so she says ‘ขอบคุณค่ะ(kob khun ka)’.
Example Of A Conversation In Thai.
Hello, excuse me! Where is the toilet?
ขอบคุณค่ะ Kob–kun ka
You are welcome!
ไม่เป็นไรค่ะ Mai-bpen-rai ka
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What language is Khob Khun Kha?
The Basics of Speaking Thai
Kop-khun–kha for women and kop-khun–krub for men
Thank you very much.
Literally means water room.
What is Kapunka?
In Thailand, to say thank you, you say ‘kapunka‘ if you are a female, and ‘kapunkap’ if you are a male. Thailand means Free Land. It used to be called Siam.
What does Koon Chai mean?
Ai Koon–Chai is the way Ae sarcastically calls Pete. It’s a sarcasm. (Which is ok to be joking with a very close friend.)
What is KHAP in Thai?
Sawasdee (khap/ka) – “Hello”
If you’ve stepped into Thailand before, you definitely would have heard this phrase before. Countless times! It generally means hello, but it can also serve as good morning, good afternoon, and goodbye.
What does Jing Jing mean in Thai?
The root word is จริง, which means ‘true’ or ‘real’. จริง Jing1. If you repeat the word twice, it means ‘really! ‘, ‘seriously’, or ‘I’m telling the truth.
What does Na Krab mean in Thai?
Krab/Ka. “Krab” or “Ka” (you saw above) is used for a simple reply “Yes”. “Chai”(ใช่) is used to mean “Yes, you are right”.
Why do Thai say Krab?
Saying ‘Hello’ in Thai
The written phrase to say hello in Thai is Sawasdee Krab/Ka. The ending Krab/Ka depends on your own gender, not the gender of the person you’re speaking to. Krab is for men and ka is for women. In the male version of hello, the emphasis is on the khrap which is usually punctuated sharply.
What does Mai Dai mean in Thai?
L7 – mai dai: cannot or did not.
What does Kop Khun Krap mean?
Kap khun krap/ka: Thank You
A polite thank you is a lovely way to leave a restaurant or show appreciation in any place – for this you can say kap khun krap/ka.
What does Nong mean in Thai?
The respect for elders within Thai culture is something that is lacking within Western culture. The proper term of address for anyone who is older is Pee (placed before their name), which literally translates as older brother or sister, and anyone younger is Nong, which translates as younger brother or sister.
What is P and Nong in Thai?
In Thai, you address older and younger people differently. There are two words you are likely to hear often while in Thailand, that is pee and nong. Pee which is also written as phi, means elder brother and sister. While nong means younger brother and sister. Nong is also a common nickname for both males and females.
What do Thai people call their mother?
The Thai translation for “mother” is แม่.
How do you say wife in Thai?
To say wife in Thai it is either ภรรยา (pan-rá-yaa) or เมีย mia. ภรรยา (pan-rá-yaa) is the more polite way of saying wife. เมีย mia is more colloquial. Depending on the situation, if you say ภรรยา (pan-rá-yaa) it might sound too formal.
How do Thai people say dad?
How To Say Mother And Father In Thai. When addressing parents, you can use the word ‘mae’ (แม่) for mother/mom, and the word ‘phaw’ (พ่อ) for father/dad.
How do you say family in Thai?
How do u say happy birthday in Thai?
As you can see, studying Thai doesn’t always have to be difficult. There is however another phrase that you can use that means happy birthday in Thai. That phrase is ‘suk san wan gert’ (สุขสันต์ วันเกิด).