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Here are a couple samples from the easy Thai language books that you will be getting:
The Original Thai-English Cognate Dictionary & Learning Tool
bill n. – บิล – bin
Excuse me! We’ll take the bill now.
น้อง เช็คบิล ด้วย นะ
Náwng*, chék-bin dûay ná.
lit. young person, check-bill (polite) (soften)
*In restaurants you can call the attention of your waiter/waitress with the word náwng (น้อง), which is how an older person commonly addresses a young person. It is not to be used though if the server is clearly older than you.
Easy Thai Top 40: Colloquial Language Expressions
I’m just looking.
Doo cheuy cheuy.* (ดู เฉยๆ)
lit. look indifferent indifferent
*This is the expression to use with a salesperson when you don’t want to be bothered.
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