Phrases that are talked about in the video:
ขายยังไง /kăai yang-ngai?/ How do you sell this?
กิโลละเท่าไหร่ /gì-lo lá tâ0-rài?/ How much is it per kilogram?
กิโลละ 1,000 บาท /gì-lo lá nùeng pan bàat/ It is 1,000 Baht per kilogram.
ตัวละเท่าไหร่ /dtua lá tâo-rài?/ How much is it per one?
ตัวละ 500 บาท /dtua lá hâa rói bàat/ It is 500 Baht each.
ลดได้มั้ย /lòt dâai-mái?/ Can you lower the price?
เอากี่กิโล /ao gìi gì-lo/ How many kilograms would you like to take?
เอา 2 กิโล /ao săwng gì-lo/ I would like to take two kilograms.
Links to the videos you can learn more in details.
VIDEO: “How” question words – https://bit.ly/2MOIQlb
VIDEO: “Seafood” vocabulary – https://bit.ly/2IMvn0o
VIDEO: “Basic Directions” – https://bit.ly/2xspMo7
VIDEO: “Giving Directions” – https://bit.ly/2pqbPmk
Thank you Mod
Wow, Mod, this is a good one!
These are all sayings I can use everyday in Thailand 😉
Sawatdee ka Joe, I am happy to hear that you found this lesson useful in your Thai learning. Thak you for your comment.
Phy Piseth says
Awesome, I like the way you teach Thai. Very fun and easy to learn.
Best wishes ,
Thank you for your supporting comment. I am pleased to hear that.
Sawatdee Krap Mod,
Great Video as always!!
Sawatdee ka, thank you for your kind comment.
Also we can note another abbreviation of กิโลกรัม “kilogram”, shorter than กิโล “kilo”. It is โล [lo:h(M)]. This word is also commonly used in real speech.
โลละ [lo:h(M) la(H)] = per kg
สามโล [saam(R) lo:h(M)] = three kilograms
เอากี่โล [ao(M) gee(L) lo:h(M)] = how many kilo’s do you want?
Thank you for your comment.
Yes, we also say “โล” as well. 🙂