Useful Thai Phrases:
If you're proceeding to Thailand on a holiday and willing to learn Thai, read the following useful Thai phrases to begin with. Always have in mind that to greet somebody or make a request sound more courteous, the male should finish their sentence by saying 'Khrab' and the female by doing 'Kha'.
Applied for both goodbye and hello.
Khop Koon (Thank You)
How to reveal your appreciation once you've been handed your pad Thai and Singha beer.
Khor Tort (Sorry)
The word used for apologizing.
Gee Baht? (How much)
Necessary for all the shopping you'll be making or while bargaining with Tuk-Tuk drivers.
Mai Ow (don't want)
Beneficial for forbidding persistent street sellers.
Yoo Tee Nai...? (Where is...)
Useful for trying to find something.
Lot Noi Dai Mai? (Can you make it cheaper?)
Useful to speak while shopping to get a better discount.
Useful to reveal your appreciation for the delicious Thai meal.
Neung, Song, Saam, See, Haa, Hook, Jet, Baat, Gow, Sip (one to ten)
Mai Pen Lai (never mind)