35. ไม่สบาย = Not Very Good. / I'm Sick. เรื่อยๆ= So so. | Learn Thai by Sentences

Learn Thai, the sentences you will use to reply the question if you are: Not Very Good. / I'm Sick. / So so

ฉันไม่สบาย(chan mâi sà-baai ) : I'm sick.

สวัสดีทุกคนครับ(Sawatdeekhrup) Hi, everybody.

สบายดีไหมครับ(Sabaideemaikhrup) How are you?

As I have written the Thai sentences how to greeting to other people: How are you?” = “คุณสบายดีไหม[khun sà-baai dee mái] and also the sentence for responding with positive way as: ดิฉันสบายดีค่ะ / ขอบคุณ[dì-chăn sà-baai dee kâa / kòp kun] : I Am fine./ Thank You. previously.

Therefore, today I am going to teach you some more Thai sentences responding in negative form (Not very well) to the question I have mentioned above.

Now we go.
ไม่สบาย 
mâi sà-baai 
Not very good. / I'm sick.
เรื่อยๆ 
rêuay rêuay
So so.

Remember, to increase politeness level, if you are female, just add ค่ะ[kâa] at the end of sentences while if the speakers are male, put the particle ครับ[kráp] instead.

See some examples sentences as following, let's say the speaker(s) is male, the sentences form will be:

ไม่สบาย ครับ
mâi sà-baai kráp
Not very good. / I'm sick.
เรื่อยๆ ครับ
rêuay rêuay kráp
So so
.

If the speaker(s) is female, sentences will look like as below sentences.

ไม่สบาย ค่ะ
mâi sà-baai kâa
Not very good. / I'm sick.
เรื่อยๆ ค่ะ
rêuay rêuay kâa
So so.

See you again,
Michael Leng

คำศัพท์(kam sàp) | Vocabulary
ออกเสียง(òk-sĭang) | Pronunciation
คำแปล(kam bplae) | Translate
ครับ kráp Thai particle putting at the end of sentence for men use indicating more polite; "yes"; "that's right"; "I see."
ค่ะ kâa Thai particle for women use indicating more polite(affirmative sentence); "yes"; "that's right"; "I see."
ไม่สบาย mâi sà-baai Verb [to] be ill ; be unwell
เรื่อยๆ rêuay rêuay Adverb continuously ; slowly ; unhurriedly

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