Learn Thai THANK YOU in THAI | How to say Thank you in Thai language



How to say “……………..” in Thai

I hope this will be a guideline for you to learn about How to say THAI WORDS like a local or have a conversation with Thai people
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This is a simple Thai Words that you can use in your everyday life when you in THAILAND and will make them understand what you want to say

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37 Replies to “Learn Thai THANK YOU in THAI | How to say Thank you in Thai language”

  1. The Animaster

    I always hear “Cap khoon cap” from dudes and “Cap khoon Kaa” from girls. 10 years of teaching in Thailand. Ok, so there are some very subtle phonetics involved – but that would just make it difficult for foreigners to utilize. Laurel and Yanee …

  2. Lars-Erik Schackt

    Why don't elderly thai people say Thank you when you give them a expensive item like a big TV etc.? My wife's parants have got lots of expensive thinks and I have never heard this word Kap Kon Krab? When I get as much as a banana or something like that, I always say Krap. I'm from Norway and have been married to my wife for 12 years and living in Phatthalung. Please give me an answer,

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