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1

 

Maa-nó’b: Excuse me.
                  Can I request/have some water please?

Daa-raa: Yes, you can.

Maa-nó’b: Thank you very much.

Daa-raa: I’m glad. / It’s my pleasure. /You’re welcome.

 

 

Maa-nó’b: Kŏr~Tôd Krúb 

Pŏ’m Kŏr Núm Dâi Măi?

Daa-raa: Dâi Kâ

Maa-nó’b: Kòrb~Koon Mâak Krúb

Daa-raa: Yin~Dee Kâ

2

 

The boss: You do/did/are doing a very good job. 

I thank you so much, Mr Maanó’b.

Maa-nó’b: I am really glad. / I am very glad. / It’s my pleasure. /You’re very welcome.

 

The boss: Koon Maa-nó’b Tum Ngaan Dee Mâak Mâak 

Pŏ’m Kòrb~Koon Koon Maa-nó’b Yàang~Mâak

Maa-nó’b: Pŏ’m Yin~Dee Yàang~ Sŭung Krúb

 

3

 

Daa-raa: Excuse me./Sorry

I drink this glass of water please.

Maa-nó’b: Yes, you can.

Daa-raa: Thanks.

Maa-nó’b: It's all right.

 

Daa-raa: Tôd Jâ 

Chŭn Dùeem Núm Gâew Née Nòi Ná

Maa-nó’b: Dâi 

Daa-raa: Kòrb~Koon Jâ

Maa-nó’b: Mâi Bpe’n (À)-rai

4

 

Daa-raa: Excuse me, young man.

Can I drink this bottle of water?

Boy: Yes, you can.

Daa-raa: Thanks.

Boy: No problem.

 

 

Daa-raa: Tôd Jâ Nŭu

Nâa Dùeem Núm Kùad Née Nòi Dâi Măi?

Boy: Dâi Kúb

Daa-raa: Kòrb~Jai Jâ

Boy: Mâi Mee Bpun-hăa Kúb

5

 

Daa-raa: I apologize/am sorry that I do/did not do a good job. I apologize/am sorry that I am not doing a good job.

The boss: It’s alright.
 

 

Daa-raa: Chŭn Kŏr~Tôd Têe Chŭn Tum Ngaan Mâi Dee

The boss: Mâi Bpe’n (À)-rai Krúb 

6

Daa-raa: Would/Do you like to eat some food with us as well?

Maanó’b: No, I feel courteous. (Do not want to cause trouble to you)

Daa-raa:  You do not need to be courteous.

Please feel free (to have some food).

Daa-raa: It’s alright. /Don’t worry./ No worries.

 

Daa-raa: Koon Gin Kâaw Dŭay Gun Măi? Kâ

Maanó’b: Mâi (Lâ) Krúb 

Pŏ’m Gre_ng~Jai Koon

Daa-raa: Koon Mâi Dtôrng Gre_ng~Jai Kâ

Dtaam Sà-baay Kâ 

Maanó’b:Krúb, Kòrb~Koon Krúb

Daa-raa: Mâi Bpe’n (À)-rai

 

7

Maa-nó’b: Can you speak Thai language?

Tom: Yes, I can./ Yes, I can a little bit./ Yes, I can and very good./ No, I can’t.                                                

Daa-raa: Do you like to listen to Thai music?

Maa-nó’b: Yes, I like./ No, I don't like.                 

Daa-raa: What does/did your elder brother/sister do? / What is your elder brother/sister doing?

Maa-nó’b: My elder brother/sister wrote/was/is writing an email.

 

 

 

Maa-nó’b: (Koon) Pûud (Paa-săa) Thai Dâi Măi? Krúb 

Tom: Dâi/ Dâi Níd~Nòi/ Dâi Gè_ng/ Mâi Dâ               

Daa-raa: (Koon) Chôrb Fung Ple_ng Thai Măi? Ká

Maa-nó’b: Chôrb/ Mâi Chôrb                                      

Daa-raa: Pêe (Kŏrng) Koon Tum (À)-rai? Ká

Maa-nó’b: Pêe (Kŏrng) Pŏ’m Kĕan Ee-me_w Krúb

 

8

Daa-raa: Would/Do you like to eat some food with
us as well?

Maanó’b: Yes, please. Thank you.

Daa-raa: It’s alright. / Don’t worry. / No worries.

What drink would you like to drink/have? 

Maanó’b: Plain water please.

Daa-raa: Do you take/have ice?

Maanó’b: No, thanks.

Daa-raa: Is the food tasty/delicious? 

Maanó’b: Yes, It’s tasty/delicious.

Daa-raa: Koon Gin Kâaw Dŭay Gun Măi? Ká

Maanó’b: Gin Krúb 

Kòrb~Koon Krúb

Daa-raa: Mâi Bpe’n (À)-rai 

Koon Dùeem Núm (À)-rai? Ká

Maanó’b: Núm~Bplào Krúb

Daa-raa: Koon Ao Núm~Kăe’ng Măi? Ká

Maanó’b: Mâi Ao Krúb

Daa-raa: Gùb~Kâaw À-ròry (À-Ròi) Măi? Ká 

Maanó’b: À-ròry (À-Ròi) Krúb

9

Mum washes/washed/is washing her face.

Dad have/had/is having a shower/bath.

He/She goes/went/is going home.

They come/came/are coming home.

We sit/sat/are sitting.

Miss/Mrs Daa-raa stands/stood/is standing.

Mr Maa-no’b has got up already.

Daa-raa went to bed already.

(Elder) Maa-no’b turn/turned/is turning the light on.

I/You close/closed. I/You am/is closing the door.

Daa-raa completed the job/work already.

Daa-raa finished eating already. 

Maa-no’b finished the rice/food already.

The water has run out.

Mâe Lâang~Nâa

Pôr Àab~Núm

Kăo Bpai Bâan

Pûak~Kăo Maa Bâan

Rao Nûng

Koon Daa-raa Yueen

Koon Maa-nó’b Dtùeen Láew

Nórng Daa-raa Norn Láew

Pêe Maa-nó’b Bpèrd Fai

Nŭu Bpìd Bprà-dtuu

Nórng Daa-raa Sè’d Ngaan Láew

Nórng Daa-raa Gin Sè’d Láew

Pêe Maa-nó’b Gin Kâaw Mò’d Láew

Núm Mò’d

 

10

Maa-nó’b: What’s wrong with you?

Daa-raa: I have got a fever.

Maa-nó’b: What's wrong with him/her?

Daa-raa: Nothing is wrong with him/her.

Maa-nó’b: What’s wrong with your mum?

Daa-raa: My mum has got heart disease.

Maa-nó’b: What’s wrong with your dad?

Daa-raa: My dad is angry with me.

Maa-nó’b: What's wrong with the dog?

Daa-raa: The dog has got cancer.

Maa-nó’b: What’s wrong with the computer?

Daa-raa: Computer is broken.

Computer is not working.

 

Maa-nó’b: Koon Bpe’n (À)-rai?

Daa-raa: Chŭn Bpe’n Kâi

Maa-nó’b: Kăo Bpe’n (À)-rai?

Daa-raa: Kăo Mâi Bpe’n (À)-rai

Maa-nó’b: Mâe (Kŏrng) Koon Bpe’n (À)-rai?

Daa-raa: Mâe (Kŏrng) Chŭn Bpe’n Rôk~Hŭa-Jai

Maa-nó’b: Pôr (Kŏrng) Koon Bpe’n (À)-rai?

Daa-raa: Pôr (Kŏrng) Chŭn Gròd Chŭn

Maa-nó’b: Măa Bpe’n (À)-rai?

Daa-raa: Măa Bpe’n Rôk~Má-re’ng

Maa-nó’b: Korm-píw-dtêr Bpe’n (À)-rai?

Daa-raa: Korm-píw-dtêr Sĕar 

Korm-píw-dtêr Mâi Tum Ngaan

11

Maa-nó’b: What is your nationality? /Where are you from?

Daa-raa: I am Thai.

Daa-raa: Who is she/he?

Maa-nó’b: She/he is my friend.

Maa-nó’b: It is your job.

Daa-raa: It is my dog.

 

Maa-nó’b: Koon Bpe’n Ko’n Bprà-tê_d (À)-rai?

Daa-raa: Chŭn Bpe’n Ko’n Tai

Daa-raa: Kăo Bpe’n Krai?

Maa-nó’b: Kăo Bpe’n Pûean (Kŏrng) Pŏ’m

Maa-nó’b: Mun Bpe’n Ngaan (Kŏrng) Koon

Daa-raa: Mun Bpe’n Măa (Kŏrng) Chŭn 

12

Maa-nó’b: Is he/she a good person?

Daa-raa: My younger brother/sister is a good child.

Maa-nó’b: Dad is a kind and generous person.

Daa-raa: We are funny people.

Daa-raa: They are people with bad attitudes.

Maa-nó’b: Kăo (Bpe’n Ko’n) Dee Măi?

Daa-raa: Nórng (Kŏrng) Chŭn (Bpe’n Dè’k) Dee

Maa-nó’b: Pôr (Bpe’n Ko’n) Jai~Dee

Daa-raa: Rao (Bpe’n Ko’n) Dtà-Lò’k

Daa-raa: Pûak~Kăo (Bpe’n Ko’n) Ní-Săi Mâi Dee

13

We are doctors.

They are police.

He is an actor. / She is an actress.

My mum is a leading actress/heroine.

He/She is the boss/employer.

 

Rao Bpe’n MŎr 
Pûak~Kăo Bpe’n Dtum~Rùad 
Kăo Bpe’n Daa-Raa 
Mâe (Kŏrng) Chŭn Bpe’n Naang~È_k
Kăo Bpe’n Jâo~Naay 

14

 

Vegetables are healthy food.

It is a good thing.

Tomyam is the food (that/which) I like.

 

Pùk Bpe’n (Aa-hăan Têe Mee) Bprà-yô’d

Mun Bpe’n Sìng Dee

Dtô’m~Yum Bpe’n Aa-haan Têe PŎ’m Chôrb

15

Who are you?

I am a doctor.

We are funny people.

What is this?

They are pencils.

It is a fish.

 

 

 

Koon Kuee Krai?

Pŏ’m/Chŭn Kuee MŎr

Rao Kuee Ko’n Dtà-Lò’k

Nêe (Kuee) (À)-rai?

Pûak~Née Kuee Din-sŏr

Mun Kuee Bplaa

16

Where are you? / Where do you live?

I am here.

Dad is at home.

Mom is not at home.

His parents live in London.

Where is the pen?

The book is at/on the table.

Fish is in water.

Koon Yùu (Têe)~Năi?

Pŏ’m/Chŭn Yùu (Têe)~Nêe

Pôr Yùu Têe Bâan

Mâe Mâi Yùu Têe Bâan

Pôr~Mâe (Kŏrng) Kăo Yùu Têe Ung-grìd

Bpàak-gaa Yùu (Têe)~Năi?

Nŭng-sŭee Yùu Têe Dtó’

Bplaa Yùu Nai Núm

17

 

He/She is currently working.

It is in a bad state.

 

Kăo Yùu Rá-wàang Gaan~Tum Ngaan 

Mun Yùu Nai Sà-pâab Mâi Dee

18

I am not Thai.

We are not doctors.

We are not funny (people).

This is not what? / What is this not?

It is not a pencil.

It is not fish.

 

Chŭn Mâi~Châi Ko’n Tai

Rao Mâi~Châi MŎr 

Rao Mâi~(Châi Ko’n) Dtà-Lò’k

Nêe Mâi~Châi À-rai?

Mun Mâi~Châi Din-sŏr

Mun Mâi~Châi Bplaa

19

Q1: What do/did/are you do/make/making?

A: I make/made/am making coffee.

    I make/made/am making tea.

    I do/did/am doing some work.

Q2: Would/Do you like to make some food?

A: Yes, I’d like (to make some food). / Yes.

Q3: What does he/she like to do?

A: He/She likes to do housework.

S4: My younger brother/sister does/did/is doing
homework.

S5: We make/made/are making the report/written record.

S6: My dad works at car manufacturer.

S7: My younger brother/sister makes/made/is
making a problem(s).

S8: My brother/sister makes/made/is making trouble.

S9: We do good (things).

 

Q1: (Koon) Tum (À)-rai?

A: Chŭn Tum Gaa-fae

    Chŭn Tum Núm~Chaa

    Chŭn Tum Ngaan

Q2: Koon Yàak Tum Gùb~Kâaw Măi?

A: (Chŭn) Yàak Tum (Gùb~Kâaw)

Q3: Kăo Chôrb Tum (À)-rai?

A: Kăo Chôrb Tum Ngaan~Bâan

S4: Nórng (Kŏrng) Chŭn Tum Gaan~Bâan

S5: Rao Tum Raay~Ngaan

S6: Pôr (Kŏrng) Pŏ’m Tum Ngaan Têe Bor-rì-sùd Tum Ró’d

S7: Nórng (Kŏrng) Chŭn Tum Bpun-hăa

S8: Pêe (Kŏrng) Pŏ’m Tum Rûeang

S9: Rao Tum Dee

 

20

S1: My dad is/was happy/pleased/delighted.

S2: My mum is/was sad/sad.

S3: He/She laughs/laughed/is laughing.

S4: I’m tired.

S1: Pôr (Kŏrng) Chŭn Dee~Jai

S2: Mâe (Kŏrng) Pŏ’m Sĕar~Jai

S3: Kăo Kŭm

S4: Pŏ’m Nùeay

21

I give you homework.

I give you (something).

I do homework for you.

He/She does the work for me.

Pŏ’m/Chŭn I Hâi Gaan~Bâan Koon

Pŏ’m/Chŭn I Hâi Koon

Pŏ’m/Chŭn I Tum Gaan~Bâan Hâi Koon

Kăo He/She Tum Ngaan Hâi Pŏ’m/Chŭn

22

S1: My dad is/was happy/pleased/delighted.

S2: I make/made my dad happy.

S3: My mum is/was sad.

S4: I make/made my mum sad.

S5: He/She laughs/laughed/is laughing.

S6: We make/made/are making him/her laugh.

S7: I work/worked/am working.

S8: You do the job/work to be good.

S9: You do the job/work to be good.

S10: You do/make it good.

S11: My younger sister/brother likes to do housework for mum.

S12: My younger sister/brother make/made/is making problem(s) for me.

S1: Pôr (Kŏrng) Chŭn Dee~Jai

S2: Chŭn Tum~Hâi Pôr (Kŏrng) Chŭn Dee~Jai

S3: Mâe (Kŏrng) Pŏ’m Sĕar~Jai

S4: Pŏ’m Tum~Hâi Mâe (Kŏrng) Pŏ’m Sĕar~Jai

S5: Kăo Kŭm

S6: Rao Tum ~Hâi Kăo Kŭm 

S7: Pŏ’m Tum Ngaan

S8: (Koon) Tum Ngaan Hâi Dee Ná

S9: (Koon) Tum Ngaan Hâi Dee Ná Kâ

S10: (Koon) Tum~Hâi Dee Ná

S11: Nórng (Kŏrng) Pŏ’m Chôrb Tum Ngaan~Bâan Hâi Mâe

S12: Nórng (Kŏrng) Chŭn Tum Bpun-hăa Hâi Chŭn

 

 

23

Q1: Do/Did you have/possess coffee?

A: Yes, I have/had.

     I do/did not have coffee.

Q2: What job/work do/did you have?

A: I have/had teaching job/work.

Q3: Do/Did you have/own a house?

A: Yes, I have/had.

S4: This glass contains water.

S5: This book consists of ten chapters.

S6: Is there some water in the glass?

S7: Is there someone in the house?

Q1: (Koon) Mee Gaa-fae Măi?

A: (Chŭn) Mee (Gaa-fae)

(Chŭn) Mâi Mee (Gaa-fae)

Q2: (Koon) Mee Ngaan (À)-rai?

A: Chŭn Mee Ngaan~Sŏrn

Q3: (Koon) Mee Bâan Măi?

A: (Chŭn) Mee (Bâan)

    (Chŭn) Mâi Mee (Bâan)

S4: Gâew Mee Núm

S5: Nŭng~Sŭee Lê_m Nêe Mee Sìb Bò’d

S6: Mee Núm Nai Gâew Măi?

S7: Mee Ko’n Nai Bâan Măi?

24

Q1: Did you get the coffee?

A: Yes I did./ No, I didn't.

Q2: What job/work do/did you get?

A: I got/obtain teaching job/work.

Q3: Do/Did you get/got a/the computer?

A: Yes, I have./ No, I haven't.

Q4: How many pens do/did you get?

A: I got/obtain eight pens.

Q5: How many fish do/did you get?

A: I got/obtain seven fish.

 

 

Q1: (Koon) Dâi Gaa-fae Măi? 

A: (Chŭn) Dâi (Gaa-fae)/ (Chŭn) Mâi Dâi (Gaa-fae)

Q2: (Koon) Dâi Ngaan (À)-rai?

A: Chŭn Dâi Ngaan~Sŏrn

Q3: (Koon) Dâi Kom-píw-dtêr Măi?

A: (Chŭn) Dâi (Kom-píw-dtêr)/(Chŭn) Mâi Dâi (Kom-píw-dtêr)

Q4: (Koon) Dâi Bpàak-gaa Gèe? Dâam

A: Chŭn Dâi Bpàak-gaa Bpàed Dâam

Q5: (Koon) Dâi Bplaa Gèe? Dtua

A: Pŏ’m Dâi Bplaa Jè’d Dtua