Are you having a hard time trying to say the word anything in Thai? If it is the case, let’s learn to use the word อะไร (ʔaray) as the word anything in different contexts.
อะไร (ʔaray) – Anything in Thai
- Use the word อะไร (ʔaray) in a negative sentence to mean no thing, event etc.
ไม่ (mây) + verb + อะไร (ʔaray)
– phôm mây mii ʔaray.
– I don’t have anything.
– chán yaŋ mây kin ʔaray.
– I still haven’t eaten anything.
– kháw mây khít ʔaray ləəy.
– She didn’t think about anything at all.
– khun ca mây tham ʔaray ləəy chây-máy.
– Are you not going to do anything at all?
- You can also use the word อะไร (ʔaray) as the word anything or something in a question sentence.
– khun yàak dâay ʔaray ʔìik máy.
– Do you want anything else?
– mii ʔaray thîi phǒm chûay dâay máy.
– Is there anything I can help?
– khun mii ʔaray ca phûut máy.
– Do you have anything to say?
อะไร (ʔaray) = Anything, whatever
- Use อะไร (ʔaray) with the word ก็ (kɔ̂ɔ) when you talk about any thing, event, situation etc, when it is not important to say exactly which one.
อะไร (ʔaray)…ก็ (kɔ̂ɔ) + verb/adjective
– khun yàak tham ʔaray kɔ̂ɔ tham.
– You do anything you want to do.
– phǒm kin ʔaray kɔ̂ɔ dâay.
– I can eat anything.
– phǒm tham ʔaray kɔ̂ɔ phìt.
– Whatever I do is wrong.
– kháw tham ʔaray kɔ̂ɔ dâay phɨ̂a ŋən.
– He can do anything for money.
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