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Did you know that apart from “to like”, “ชอบ” [châwp] can also mean “often” or “always” as well? เขาชอบมาสาย [káo châwp maa sǎai] doesn’t mean “He likes to come late” but it means “He often comes late.”

More examples:

[tammai gae châwp mâi fang tîi chán phûut]
How come you always don’t listen to what I say?

[kâwp khun túk kon tîi châwp maa gòd LIKE náká]
Thank you, every one of you who always click LIKE.

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