Personal Pronouns Part 1


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The general forms pêe and nóng are used as personal pronouns and are also used as titles before someone's name, though the way they are used is somewhat different.

Thais speaking English may translate pêe and nóng as "brother" or "sister" regardless of the actual relationship, so be aware that someone introduced as a "brother" for instance may in reality not be a genuine brother, but perhaps a cousin, a friend or even boyfriend or husband.


#1 โดย: Ali Güler (English Lecturer) [IP:]
เมื่อ: 2014-02-03 03:57:36
I really appreciate your methodology of teaching Thai. With my best wishes,


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