“ Thank you” in Thai is khàawp khun ( ขอบคุณ), but that’s not always the best phrase to use. Read on for all the formal and informal versions of “thanks” in Thai .
1 – Sawasdee kha/khap: Hello in Thai . Sawasdee or hello in Thai is the most common and useful Thai greeting to learn. You ‘ll hear a lot of Sawasdee kha/khap in Thailand. 3 – Thank You in Thai : Khop Khun kha/khap. The Thai word for thank you is khop khun. It is perhaps the most important Thai word to learn.
In Thailand , to say thank you, you say ‘ kapunka ‘ if you are a female, and ‘kapunkap’ if you are a male. Thailand means Free Land.
These general thank – you phrases can be used for all personal and professional communications: Thank you so much. Thank you very much. I appreciate your consideration/guidance/help/time. I sincerely appreciate …. My sincere appreciation/gratitude/ thanks . My thanks and appreciation. Please accept my deepest thanks .
Khob khun (khap/ ka ) – “Thank you”
1. Sawadee krap / ka : Hello. A cheery greeting can go a long way in the Land of Smiles. Sawadee krap / ka will often be met with a huge grin! You can use the same phrase to bid someone goodbye too.
other words for hello greetings. hi . howdy. welcome. bonjour. buenas noches. buenos dias. good day.
Other Ways to Say “ Thank You So Much” and “ Thank You Very Much” in Writing 1 Thank you for all your hard work on this. 2 Thanks again, we couldn’t have pulled this off without you . 3 Thank you , you ‘re amazing! 4 I’m so thankful for everything you bring to the table. 5 Thank you kindly. 6 Thanks a million. 7 Many thanks .
Sabai , Sabai (สบายๆ) has multiple meanings depending on the context. Sabai (สบาย) means to be relaxed. Like not tense. It can also mean to be comfortable, to be content, and as well as being easy-going. Saying the same word twice is a common thing in Thailand, but of course, it depends on the word.
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.
The Thai phrase Na Ka , what does it mean in English? It is a politeness particle. It can mean “please” or “ “thank you” but the exact meaning goes from the situation(context). You can be sure someone is very polite when using “ na ka ”.
Krab /Ka. ” Krab ” or “Ka” (you saw above) is used for a simple reply “Yes”. “Chai”(ใช่) is used to mean “Yes, you are right”.
WHAT Greeting. Don’t forget to make sure you ‘re using the correct form and spelling of the person’s name, as well as anyone else’s mentioned in the note . Express your thanks . Begin with the two most important words: Thank you . Add specific details. Look ahead. Restate your thanks . End with your regards.
” Thank you kindly ” is a very warm, humble, and appreciative form of thanks .
Examples “You’re the best.” “I’m humbled and grateful.” “You knocked me off my feet!” “My heart is still smiling.” “Your thoughtfulness is a gift I will always treasure.” “Sometimes the simplest things mean the most.” “The banana bread was fabulous. You made my day.” “I’m touched beyond words.”