What is KRUB in English?
Krub/ka is added in the end of sentence for politeness in this case P’krub can mean like “Miss / Mister” or “Sir/ Ma’am” See a translation.
What does Krab mean in Thailand?
Saying ‘Hello‘ in Thai
Regardless of whether it’s day or night, this greeting will get you by just fine! The written phrase to say hello in Thai is Sawasdee Krab/Ka. The ending Krab/Ka depends on your own gender, not the gender of the person you’re speaking to. Krab is for men and ka is for women.
What does Krup mean in Thai?
krup’ acknowledging what is being said at the other end. Similarly, when you collect your parking ticket from the attendants at car parks they will usually acknowledge you with a simple ‘krup’. You can reply likewise. ‘krup’ – It is common for Thais to drop their ‘r’ sounds (or sometimes replace the ‘r’ with an ‘l’).
What is sawadee KRUB?
Sawadee (krub / kah) – Hello
This is often spoken together with the traditional Thai greeting referred to as the wai, which consists of a slight bow, with the palms pressed together in a prayer like fashion by your face.
What does Sawadee ka mean?
1. Sawadee krap/ka: Hello. A cheery greeting can go a long way in the Land of Smiles.
What does 555 in Thailand mean?
The number five in Thailand ห้า sounds like Ha. So, 555 = HaHaHa.
What does Mai Dai mean in Thai?
L7 – mai dai: cannot or did not.
What does na mean in Thai?
The prefix “na-” (น่า) is used with many verbs and adjective in order to make adjectives describing the thing that causes the emotion. It is equivalent to the suffix “-able” or those adjectives end in “-ing” in the English language. Structure: na + verb / adjective = adjective (end in “-able” or “-ing)
Can girls say KRUB?
Technically, no, because kha and krub/khrap must be used to, in fact, be polite. Then it would also heavily depend on if you were talking to someone who was older than you; then those two politening agents must be used.