Learn Thai – Possessive pronouns & Possessive adjectives

Hi everyone,

From my previous blogs you now know a lot of Thai pronouns, then let’s see how we form possessive pronouns. It is very easy 🙂

The possessive pronouns ‘mine’, ‘yours’, ‘his’, etc. are formed using the following;

kŏrng + personal pronoun


mine = kŏrng chán (ของฉัน)

yours = kŏrng kun (ของคุณ)


kŏrng kun sǔay


Yours is beautiful.


rót nán kŏrng káo


That car is his.



Thai Possessive adjective is just exactly the same as Thai possessive pronouns

kŏrng + personal pronoun


my, mine     =  kŏrng chán (ของฉัน)

your, yours = kŏrng kun (ของคุณ)


When the possessive adjective is used, the order is different from English. In Thai language, the possessive adjetives follow the nouns.


For example:

bâan kŏrng chán


My house.


lûuk-săao kŏrng pûak-káo


Their daughter.


măa kŏrng kun


Your dog.

The main thing is you need to put your mind in Thai language system so you wouldn’t mix up the order of noun and possessive adjective 🙂

Keep practicing.

If you would like to learn more Thai one-to-one or learn Thai via Skype, please contact Mod at adjima_t@hotmail.com

kop kun ka



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7 Responses to Learn Thai – Possessive pronouns & Possessive adjectives

  1. Paul 11/04/2015 at 02:20 #

    Thank you for this article Mod! Very helpful.

    • Mod 11/04/2015 at 11:13 #

      I am happy to know that you found it helpful. 🙂

  2. Karol 15/10/2014 at 22:32 #

    Sawadee Krub Mod,
    can You update me about how to use borther/sister, which thai word for call brother/sister, and how Thai Ren use bro/sis?

  3. mike jordan 24/08/2012 at 00:03 #

    Kru Mod, could you please make a video for this, pretty please 🙂

    • Mod 24/08/2012 at 14:55 #

      Thanks for your video suggestion. I will do that, please stay tuned:)

  4. Ai Poh 23/08/2012 at 13:46 #

    Is it free if would like to learn Thai via Skype?

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