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 Thai grammar is much simpler than European languages - there's no verb inflection and tenses can often be shown just using the words "will" or "already", single and plural nouns are by-and-large the same, no noun genders, subject and object personal pronouns are the same, and any words that aren't essential to the meaning of a sentence are usually optional and can be omitted....

 

                 


  • Tenses in Thai Past Tense in ThaiIf you want to indicate you did something in the past name a certain point in the past in your sentences. He/She ate mango yesterday – เขา กิน มะ...

  • "จะ" jà = will, be going to ........ use it in all future tense..1. I 'm hanging out with John this weekend..săo aa-tít níi (This weekend ) chăn jà bpai tîaw gàp John.เสาร์อาทิตย์...

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