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Grammar Drill

I am fine, you are fine
This exercise will help you to learn Thai grammar by adding words together to create a complete sentence.

สบาย

sà-baai
(comfortable)

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About this program:

This simple drill application will quickly teach you Thai grammar using in the sentences from this chapter's dialog. The main verb of our dialog is สบายดี (sà-baai dee), which means to be well, to be in good health.

The subject always precedes the verb in Thai, and verbs are not conjugated. The subject of the sentence ผม สบายดี (pǒm sà-baai dee - I am fine.) can easily be changed by simply switching to the correct pronoun.

In review, the pronouns are:
ผม
pǒm - I, me (male speaker)
ฉัน
chǎn - I, me (male speaker)
เขา
kǎo - he, she, him, her, them, they


Grammar Note:

The drills on this page are examples of the most polite form of speech. In everyday conversations with people you know well, the polite particle would not be used over and over, and the pronouns are often omitted.



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Lesson Navigation:

Application Settings:
Gender  (Recordings for your gender)
Transliterations  (Thai words in English)
Interpretations  (What the words mean)

More to come . . .

Active Thai is a work in progress. Please check back often for new lessons.