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Have you ever had to use any of these phrases before?
P.S., If you want to build your vocabulary with more positive words, be sure to check out this word list:
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Thank you for the lesson! I think it's important to note that many of these phrases would only be used with people whom you have a close relationship to (like a good friend or boy/girlfriend.) It would NOT be appropriate to use these phrases when speaking with acquaintences, street venders, waiters, coworkers, etc. If you did, it would definitely be a "lose face" situation.
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This one is my favorite in this lesson...…..ฉันไม่อยากคุยกับคุณ because it reminds me of ไม่มีอะไรจะคุยกับเธอ โดย แสน นากา
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I think I've heard some of these on the streets.
I enjoyed the lesson but I wouldn't use most of them, I think some of them are rude even by western standards. But it's good to know them because if you did hear a Thai person say any of those things you'd know you really messed up!
The only one I think I could use in Thailand is อะไร. The others would probably be seen as disrespectful.
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Angry phrases cause a loss of face and a very bad reaction in Thailand.I have never seen these phrases used for that reason.