How Are You?(Thai: คุณสบายดีไหม[Khun sabaidi hmai])|Learn Thai Free Online

Learn Thai how to speak to greeting the others as below sentences.
คุณ สบาย ดี ไหม?
[Khun sabaidi hmai]
How are you?

[Chan sabaidi]
I am fine.

[laew khun hla]
What about you?

You may hear some words that using in the same situation above such as;

[ruei ruei]
So so.

[ko ngan ngan hlae]
So so.

[mai koi di thao hrai]
Pretty bad.

[ko di na]
Pretty well.

คำศัพท์(khamsap) | Vocabulary
ออกเสียง(ok-seang) | Pronunciation
แปล(plae) | Translate
ก็ gôr "Topic Marker (a marker used when joining clauses of a sentence together), Interjection
well ; umm ; err (often used when trying to think what to say), Conjunction
then ; so ; therefore"
คุณ khun you
งั้น ngán Conjunction if so ; in that case ; then
ฉัน chan Pronoun I, me: Commonly used by females (Occasionally, monks and men might use it too).
ดี dee Stative Verb, Adjective [to be] good ; nice
เท่าไหร่ thaorai how many, how much
นะ na particle used to make a sentence seem softer, more persuasive or less abrupt
ไม่ค่อย mâi kôi Adverb not really ; not especially
เรื่อย rêuay Adverb always ; continuously ; continually
แล้ว láew Adverb already (used a general marker that indicates a specified action has happened or state has been attained)
สบาย sà-baai Verb, of Pali/Sanskrit origin [to] be fine ; be well ; be happy
หละ Particle (particle used in questions or to show a change of state)
แหละ làe Particle (particle giving a sense of "this/that very one ; exactly this/that one ; this/that one in particular")
ไหม hmai Thai particle put at the end of question sentence
ก่อน gòn Conjunction before ; first ; former
จาก chak from
ต้อง tong must, have to, has to
นักเรียน nák rian Noun student ; learner (usually referring to junior or high school students)
ปัจจุบัน bpàt-jù-ban Adverb, of Pali/Sanskrit origin at present ; now ; at this time
โรงเรียน rohng rian Noun school
ลา laa Noun donkey, Verb [to] leave ; say goodbye ; bid farewell

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