Episode 32 : Verb to be in Thai langauge part 3

Thai lesson
  • Sharebar

This is part 3 of a 4 part series on Verb to be in Thai language. This episode we are talking about มี /mee means there is , there are.

Have you missed the previous episodes?

Verb to be part 1
Verb to be part 2
 
 

 

Download MP3 to listen offline

Verb to be number 3 : มี/ mee

มี /mee has 2 meanings

1. to have, to has

Example

Thai lessonผมมีเงิน

pŏm mee ngern
I have money.


 2. there is, there are

Example

free Thai lessonเมื่อคืนมีใครไม่รู้โทรมา

mêua keun mee krai mâi róo toh maa
Last night, there was someone (who) called (me).

 

เมื่อคืน / mêua keun/ last night
มี /mee /there is , there was
ใคร / krai / who
ไม่รู้ / mâi róo/  not know
โทรมา /  toh maa/ phoned


แต่ทำไมเธอไม่โทรหาเรา

dtàe tam-mai ter mâi toh hăa rao
But why didn’t you call me.

แต่/ dtàe/ but
ทำไม/ tam mai/ why
เธอ/ ter / you (in formal)
ไม่/ mâi/ not, not
โทรหา/ toh hǎa / call to
เรา/ rao/ I (in formal)


 อ่านหนังสือ ไม่มีเวลา

àan năng-sĕu mâi mee way-laa
I was reading, there was no time.

free Thai lessonอ่านหนังสือ

àan năng-sĕu

read a book

 

อ่าน/ àan/ to read
หนังสือ/ năng-sĕu/ book

free Thai lessonไม่มีเวลา

ไม่มี/ mâi mee/ there is no
เวลา/ way-laa/ time


 

free Thai lessonไม่มีใครรักเราเลย

mâi mee krai rák rao loie

There is nobody (who) loves me.

 

ไม่มีใคร / mâi mee krai / there is nobody
รัก / rák/ love
เรา/ rao/ I (in formal)
เลย/ leoi/ totally


 

free Thai lessonไม่มีใครเข้าใจผมเลย

There is nobody (who) really understands me.
mâi mee krai kâo jai pŏm loie

 

ไม่มีใคร / mâi mee krai / there is nobody
เข้าใจ/ kâo jai/ understand
ผม/ pǒm / I (male speaker)
เลย/ leoi/ totally


 

 

 

 

One thought on “Episode 32 : Verb to be in Thai langauge part 3

What's On Your Mind? I'm Here To Answer :)

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

CommentLuv badge