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kOOn
mister, misses, miss
Châi mái?
Is that right?
ká
politeness particle used by females at the end of a question
krúp
politeness particle used by males at the end of a question or statement
nêe
this is
fairn
partner
korng(5) pom(5)
my (used by males)
chêu
first name
a-rai
what
a-rai ná
pardon
ôr
oh
KOOn Martin, châi mái ká?
Mr. Martin, right? (pol. f.)
Châi krúp. Nêe Sakiko, fairn korng(5) pom(5).
Yes (pol. m.). This is Sakiko, my wife.
Fairn chêu a-rai ká?
What's your wife's name? (pol. f.)
Sakiko krúp.
Sakiko. (pol. m.)
Chêu a-rai ná?
What's her name again?
Ôr...Sakiko, châi mái ká?
Oh...Sakiko, right? (pol. f.)
Châi krúp.
Yes. (pol. m.)
ná
particle used when asking for something to be repeated
sa-wùt dee
hello
politeness particle used at end of sentence by women
kor(5)-tôht
excuse me
kOOn
you (pol.)
chún
I (f.)
mâi châi
no
bpen
am, is, are, to be
kon
person
yêe-bpÒOn
Japan, Japanese
Sa-wùt dee kâ, kOOn Sakiko.
Hello (pol. f.), Khun Sakiko.
Sa-wùt dee kâ. Kor(5)-tôht, kOOn chêu a-rai ká?
Hello (pol. f.). Excuse me, Khun what's your name? (pol. f.)
Chún chêu Kanchana kâ.
My name is Kanchana. (pol. f.)
KOOn Kanha, châi mái ká?
Khun Kanha, right? (pol. f.)
Mâi châi kâ. Chêu Kanchana, mâi châi Kanha.
No (pol. f.). My name is Kanchana, not Kanha.
Ôr...kor(5)-tôht kâ, kOOn Kanchana châi mái ká?
Oh...forgive me (pol. f.), Khun Kanchana, right? (pol. f.)
Châi kâ. Kor(5)-tôht, kOOn Sakiko, bpen kon yêe-bpÓOn, châi mái ká?
Yes (pol. f.). Excuse me, Khun Sakiko, you're Japanese, right (pol. f.)?
Châi kâ.
Yes (pol. f.).