In this lesson, it is about how to say You’re Welcome in Thai.
In the case of someone thank you for something you have done.
For an overview of the lessons, see http://yanling.nl/learning-thai-writing-song-lyrics/.
Please note: the hyphens used in the words are an indication of a longer tone.
How to say, you're welcome Dui kwam yin, di, ka-a For him is dui, kwam yin di krab Out of, du-ty, or, with honor Dui just means "with", kwam yin di means, pleasure, so, we, have, with pleasure No problem to, do it for you, then you, just, say, mai, pen rai ka.
Words / Phrases
Phonetically written words and phrases.
|Dui kwam yin di ka||You’re welcome (women say this)|
|Dui kwam yin di krab||You’re welcome (men say this)|
|Mai pen rai ka||No problem (women say this)|
|Mai pen rai krab||No Problem (men say this)|