SILAPA MUAY THAI CAMP

KRU JULIAN FORBES

Yes = chai

No = mai-chai

Thank you = khop-khun

Thank you very much = khop-khun-mark

You're welcome = mai-pen-rai

Please = ga-ru-na

Excuse me = kaw-tote/kor-a-nu-yart

Hello = sa-wat-dee

Goodbye = lar-korn

So long = narn/yao-narn

Good morning = sa-was-dee-torn-chao

Good afternoon = sa-was-dee-torn-bai

Good evening = sa-was-dee-torn-khum

Good night = ra-tree-sa-was

I do not understand = chan-mai-kao-jai (f) pom-mai-kao-jai (m)

How do you say this in = khun-ja-pood-nee-pen-[pa-sa-ang-grit]-wa-young-lai?

[English]?

Do you speak ... = khun-pood ...?

English = pa-sa-ang-krit

French = pa-sa-fa-rang-set

German = pa-sa-yer-re-man

Spanish = pa-sa-spain

Chinese = pa-sa-jin

I = chan (f), phom (m)

We = puak-rao

You (singular, familiar)= khun

You (singular, formal) = khun

You (plural) = khun

They = puak-kao

What is your name? = khun-cheu-a-rai

Nice to meet you. = dee-jai-tee-dai-pob-khun

Welcome = yin-dee

How are you? = khun-sa-bai-dee-mai?

Good = dee

Bad = mai-dee

So so = kor-young-narn-lae

Where is the bathroom? = hong-nam-you-tee-nai? Where is the toilet?

I want it. = Ow

I want this one. = ow-an-nee.

I want that one. = ow-an-nan.

I don't want it. = mai-ow

to go = by

I'm going to [Chiang Mai] = by-[Chiang Mai]