This video shows the difference of can/cannot in Thai and how to understand the tones so you can develop your conversational skills faster. … Remember: Can’t/Cannot = “Mai dai” “Mai” before the verb = Can’t “Mai” after the verb = question marker (?) and forms the question “Can?”
What does Mai Dai mean in Thai?
L7 – mai dai: cannot or did not.
What is Mai AOW?
Mai aow (khap/ka) – “I don’t want it”
What is Goodnight Thai?
Formal: Good Night In Thai
ราตรีสวัสดิ์ (raa-ttrii-sa-wat) Good night.
What does Pai mean in Thai?
9. pai. We have already seen two forms of Thai greeting, “Are you well” and “Have you eaten”. A third employs the word pai, or “go”: pai nai mah, or “Where have you been”.
What does Chai mean in Thailand?
ใช่ (chai) – yes (*actually means “It is” or “that’s right”) In Thai, you say the equivalent of YES or NO based on the question. Note that we don’t need to use any pronouns at all here. If ใช่ (chai) isn’t in the question, then it’s probably best to not use it in the answer.
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 Sawadee ka mean?
1. Sawadee krap/ka: Hello. A cheery greeting can go a long way in the Land of Smiles.