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Hello and welcome back to Thai Weekly Words with me, Prathana. This week, we'll be learning about at the hotel.
1. เตียงเดี่ยว (dtiiang dìiao) “single bed”
ขอจองห้องเตียงเดี่ยวหนึ่งห้องค่ะ (khǎaw jaawng hâawng dtiiang dìiao nùeng hâawng khâ) “I'd like to make a reservation for a single bedroom, please.”
2. เตียงคู่ (dtiiang khûu) “double bed”
เรามีเหลือแต่ห้องเตียงคู่ค่ะ (rao mii lǔuea dtàae hâawng dtiiang khûu khâ) “We only have double bedrooms left.”
3. ไม่มีห้องว่าง (mâi mii hâawng wâang) “no vacancy”
ช่วงวันหยุดเทศกาล โรงแรมไม่มีห้องว่างเลย (chûuang wan yùt thêet-sà-gaan roong-raaem mâi mii hâawng wâang looei) “In the holiday season, the hotel has no vacancy at all.”
4. การให้บริการในห้องพัก (gaan hâi baaw-rí-gaan nai hâawng pák) “room service”
Thai people just use the word “room service” to mean room service like ordering food to your room and things like that, we say room service.
โรงแรมนี้มีการให้บริการในห้องพักดีมาก (roong-raaem níi mii gaan hâi baaw-rí-gaan nai hâawng pák dii mâak) or โรงแรมนี้ที room service ดีมาก (roong-raaem níi mii room service dii mâak) “This hotel has a very good room service.”
5. การจอง (gaan jaawng) “reservation”
การจองห้องพักที่นี่สะดวกมาก (gaan jaawng hâawng pák thîi nîi sà-dùuak mâak) “It's very convenient to make a reservation here.”
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