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02:48 Sep 11, 2001
English to Thai translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: i
i love this movie too!
courtney
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5©Ñ¹¡çªÍºË¹Ñ§àÃ×èͧ¹ÕéàËÁ×͹¡Ñ¹¤èÐamarilis


  

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Explanation:
What I just said is read "Chun kor chorb nung reung nee meun gun ka"

Chun (©Ñ¹) = I (female)
kor (¡ç) = it's an added word in the phrase..no specific meaning
chorb (ªÍº) = like, love(certain thing eg. "I love this book" . Thai won't say that they "ruk" (= love for other human beings.. they would just use the word "chorb (like) instead.)
nung (˹ѧ) = movie. It's the term that's generally used. A more formal term for "movie" is "pab-pa-yon" (ÀҾ¹µì) but it's not used in spoken language.
reung (àÃ×èͧ) = to specify that it's "this" movie
meun gun (àËÁ×͹¡Ñ¹) = too or also or likewise... It depends on the context.
ka (¤èÐ) = no meaning actually...it's just an ending of the sentence for female to make it more polite :)

hope this helps :)

nee (¹Õé) = this
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amarilis
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