Added: Ali Bullington - Date: 07.12.2021 07:17 - Views: 24377 - Clicks: 7112
Here's a themed lesson that will teach you how to chat with Thai people about the New Year holiday. New Year is a lot bigger than Christmas in Thailand, and it's not unusual for offices and businesses in general to be shut for 3 or 4 days while people go home to see family and enjoy a party or three. But just like the old Sa was dee khrub, you'll want to be able to say a tad more than just Happy New Year in Thai. So here's 10 questions and phrases you can learn and use with your Thai friends, partner, colleagues and people around town.
As usual, don't forget to put khrup for a man and ka for a woman at the end of each sentence. I was short on time this NYE and forgot to add this formal niceties to the end of the sentences in the video — anyway, of you've been following my other lessons you should know this by now! Khun ja tam arai nai wan pee mai nee? Khun yaak pai party mai? Khun gam lang klap baan pai sang san gab khrop krua kong khun chai mai? Khun mee wan yout gee wan? Office bid pee mai chai mai? Office ja bird eek krang wan nai? Feb 06, at am. Notify me when new comments are added. Happy New Year guys! Below the video is the Thai script and English transliteration too.
Do you want to go to a party? Are you going home to see your family? How many days holiday do you have?
Is the office closed for New Year? What day does the office open again? Happy New Year!
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