How to instruct or tell
someone to do
something in Thai
Hi everyone ! This blog we will learn some Thai commands or instruction language. You may need to instruct people at work or need to ask for help at some point in the future. This will help.
When giving commands as to how someone should do something, the causative verb ให้ / hâi / can be used before the adjective:
Verb (Phrase) + ให้ /hâi / + Adjective
กินให้หมด /gin hâi mòt/ = Eat everything up!
ทำให้เสร็จ /tam hâi sèt/ = Finish it off!
แต่งตัวให้เรียบร้อย /dtԑ̀ԑng dtua hâi rîap-rͻ́ͻi/ = Dress respectably!
เขียนให้ดี /kǐan hâi dii/ = Write nicely!
พูดให้ดี /pûut hâi dii/ = Say properly!
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