If you want to say sorry in the Thai Language, the most common way is saying ขอโทษ (kŏr tôht). You can use kŏr tôht to mean “excuse me”, “sorry”, “apologies”. Keep in mind, that if you are a female add Ka at the end of sentences, and if you are a guy add krap at the end of the sentence.
You’ve probably learned, or found in a Thai-English dictionary, that ใช่ (chai, falling tone 3) means ‘yes‘.
SOZ is internet slang for Sorry.
Arai Wa is slang, means “Really?” I hope you don’t think the Na in Bang Na is the same word though…
Westerners often receive – and deserve – the charge of ba!, meaning “crazy” or “mad”. You are ba if you do anything stupid or unexpected, like driving poorly or dancing spontaneously. Tellingly, the Thai phrase for methamphetamine – the country’s most destructive drug – is ya ba, or “mad medicine”.
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.
Jai Rai – ใจร้าย bad heart – being mean. Jai Dee – ใจดี good heart – kind heart.
tam arai ? – what are you doing?
very good (said to someone when they do something well) มาก ๆ maakF maakF. very much; very many.
The most common of these honorifics is คุณ /kun/ (Sir or Madam) which is usually OK to use with most people except it just might be a little formal to use with people really close to you.
1. Narak (น่ารัก) Narak is a way to say cute in Thai language. You can use this word to describe most of the things that you think that they are cute – from dresses, animals, persons, personality and so on. The word has a wide reach so you don’t have to worry about overusing it.
“ SaWaDiKa “ means “Hello” in the Thai language. It expresses the kindness and hospitality of the Thai people.
I’m so ashamed of how I behaved and the way I made you feel. Please forgive me. I promise I’ll do whatever it takes to never do that again. I am so sorry for how things went down yesterday.
“You should always apologize for hurtful behavior, even if you think that the person feeling that pain doesn’t have a right to feel it, or that you wouldn’t have been hurt by it.” If you do or say something hurtful, you can help to make it better by showing empathy and genuinely apologizing to your partner.
The slang term ‘soz’ is an abbreviated way of saying, sorry. … Use of ‘soz’ for other purposes than a flip I’m sorry, could actually be disrespectful to your friends. Origin of SOZ. While a definite date of origin is hidden to the world, it has been added to the Cambridge Dictionary as an informal word for sorry.
The meaning of ‘Na kha’ and the male equivalent ‘Na khrap’ is to soften a statement and make it sound less abrupt or rude. By itself, ‘na’ is a particle/modifier that is placed at the end of a sentence or phrase that will impact the way it is perceived by the listener.
ไม่ (mai) means “no” or “not” and is a falling tone. ไหม (mai) is a question word that is used at the end of a sentence to turn a statement in to a yes or no question. It has a rising tone in formal written Thai but when used in everyday speech it is usually spoken with a high tone – มั้ย (mai).
So, if you’ve ever been wondering what 555 means in Thailand, here it is: Writing 555 is the same as using hahaha or lol in your message. Yup, it is that simple. Next time you see it you’ll know they are joking around, having a laugh, or thought what they wrote is funny (don’t we all).
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