Yuki Tachaya

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สวัสดีปีใหม่ [sawàddee pii mài] = Happy New Year
๒๕๖๑ = 2561 (Buddhist Era) / 2018

ขอบคุณที่ติดตามเว็บไซต์เราตลอดปี ๒๕๖๐
[kàwp khun tîi dtìd dtaam website rao dtàlàwd pii 2560]
Thank you for following our site throughout 2017…

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Did you know what Thai people call the first and the last days of the year?

วันส่งท้ายปีเก่า [wan sòng táai pii gào] : New Year’s Eve / December 31st
Literal meaning: the day we send off the old year

วัน(ขึ้น)ปีใหม่ [wan (kêun) pii mài] : New Year’s Day / January 1st
Literal meaning: the day we begin the new year…

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คบกันใหม่ๆ
[kób gan mài mài]
When we just started dating

ผ่านไปหลายปี
[phàan pai lǎai pii]
Several years later


[Grammar corner]

ใหม่ๆ [mài mài] is an adverb used after a verb to describe an action that has just happened. Take a look at these examples below;

1. พิซซ่าอร่อยแค่ตอนอบเสร็จใหม่ๆ
[pizza aròi kâe dtawn òb sèt mài mài]
Pizzas only taste good when freshly baked.…

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