How do you write Krap in Thai?
Guys always use ครับ pronounced with a high tone (kráp). There are no rules for using kráp. You just use it in any of the situations explained above (so pretty much whenever). Please note that a lot of the times, Thai people skip the “r” sound and just say คับ káp.
What is Krap and ka in Thai?
1. Sawadee krap/ka: Hello. A cheery greeting can go a long way in the Land of Smiles. Sawadee krap/ka will often be met with a huge grin! You can use the same phrase to bid someone goodbye too.
What is the meaning of Krap in Thai?
ครับผม (khráp phǒm) is used to indicate understanding, like “yes”, “right”, “okay then”. It’s used by male speakers (hence krap (male politeness particle) and phom (“me” for males). However, you may also hear women saying it.
How do you end a sentence in Thai?
The most common and well known are ครับ /kráp/ (for males) and คะ /ká/ (for females). They are used as a “politeness tag” at the end of sentences. Ending particles are also known as หางเสียง /hăang sĭang/ (tail of the sound).
What does Koon Chai mean?
Ai Koon-Chai is the way Ae sarcastically calls Pete. … It’s a sarcasm. (Which is ok to be joking with a very close friend.)
What does Khob Khun Ka mean?
The polite word
Thank you. (female) Khob khun ka. ขอบคุณค่ะ memo: “Krab”