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Adjectives always follow the noun that they describe. This is exactly the opposite of English

You have a beautiful house – คุณ มี บ้าน สวย – khun mii bâan sŭay


Verbs remain the same no matter in what person you speak. It doesn’t matter if you say he/she/we or I. The verb remains the same and if you want to indicate a tense you add additional words.

 

Singular and plural nouns don’t change their form either. Usually people get this information from the context of your sentences or you can indicate it is only one.

He/She needs only one – เขา ต้องการ อัน เดียว – kháo tâwng-kaan an diaw

 

 


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