Do you know the difference of these three words?
1. จบ /jòb/
2. หมด /mòt/
3. เสร็จ /sèt/
He just finished working.
He just finished school.
He finished his meal.
Which word to use in the above sentences? Watch this lesson to find out the answer. 🙂
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Hugh Leslie says
I have been learning Thai for a long time, but I still have problems with the various forms of the Thai words for “finish”, so this lesson was very helpful. However, it would have been more helpful had you included เลิก in your comparison of the English word “finish”.
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