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Do you like my shoes?

Thai translation: ¤Ø³ªÍºÃͧà·éҢͧ¼ÁÁÑé¤ÃѺ (Khun chorb rongtao khong pom mai khrap)

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English term or phrase:Do you like my shoes?
Thai translation:¤Ø³ªÍºÃͧà·éҢͧ¼ÁÁÑé¤ÃѺ (Khun chorb rongtao khong pom mai khrap)
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11:22 Jul 11, 2002
English to Thai translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Do you like my shoes?
How do you say it in a casual way? Can you also give the pronunciation?
FrancescoP
United States
Local time: 11:26
¤Ø³ªÍºÃͧà·éҢͧ¼ÁÁÑé¤ÃѺ (Khun chorb rongtao khong pom mai khrap)
Explanation:
khun = you
chorb = like
rongtao = shoes
khong pom = my (male speaker)
mai = a casual way to ask a question
khrap = is added to be polite (male speaker)
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charoen
Local time: 01:26
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4 +2¤Ø³ªÍºÃͧà·éҢͧ¼ÁÁÑé¤ÃѺ (Khun chorb rongtao khong pom mai khrap)charoen


  

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¤Ø³ªÍºÃͧà·éҢͧ¼ÁÁÑé¤ÃѺ (Khun chorb rongtao khong pom mai khrap)


Explanation:
khun = you
chorb = like
rongtao = shoes
khong pom = my (male speaker)
mai = a casual way to ask a question
khrap = is added to be polite (male speaker)

charoen
Local time: 01:26
PRO pts in pair: 32

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