This lesson we will learn how to plan a date. Before you go on a date there should be some planning, right? so we would need to ask for a suggestion.
The key pattern is:
Wh- question + “dii” ดี ?
When you put the word “dii” ดี after a question, it conveys the meaning of asking for a suggestion or advice.
ทำอะไรดี tam à-rai dii?
What shall we do?
ไปที่ไหนดี bpai tîi-năi dii?
Where shall we go?
กินอะไรดี gin à-rai dii?
What shall we eat?
ไปกี่โมงดี bpai gìi moong dii?
What time shall we go?
KEY VOCAB FROM THE VIDEO:
ต่างจังหวัด [ dtàang jang-wàt ] = out of town, up country, other province
อาหาร [ aa-hăan ] = food
ทำ [tam] = to do
กิน [gin] = to eat
ไป [bpai] = to go
I hope you found this lesson useful:)
On the video your sister says ไปต่างจังหวัดดีมั้ย and สองทุ่มดีมั้ย
I would like to know why you put ดี before the wh-question ?
Alain Edouard says
Sawasdee krap mod.Kun tam dii maak loeil !
how to say made a appointment and flexible packaging
Can you also use “Bpai” for the question “Where is the/my pencil?”
Good! How do you write this informal particle? Can you give us exemples of other informal particles? Tell us if some have to be avoided absolutly. Thanks!
sorry….not mymy but many!
Nice lessons….but why do you add “ah” at the end of mymy sentences? pay nai dee ah?
It is an informal particle. I am speaking to my little sister so I don’t need to use “ka” 🙂