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lesson 5 - health

Post by SitapatrJay on Tue Aug 18, 2009 3:25 pm

As recommended previously let's talk about health.
Again, i'll try to keep it sweet and simple and then if any questions arise answer them then.
P.S - Shark Bite Bickle is good on health words (for some reason - what could that be?)






English

Thai

Head

Huwa

Stomach

Tong

Eyes

Tdaa

Mouth

Barg

Throat

Kor

Bone

Gradook

Pain

Jeb

Ache

Buwad

Sting (as in “it stings”)

Seap

Itch

Kan

Cut

plair

Allergy

Pair

Broken

Hak

Bite (as in sting from animal)

Tdoy

Fever

Kai

Cough

Eye

Puss

Nong

Burn

Tuk pow

Doctor

Mor

Medicine

Yaa

Hospital

Rong payabahn

Nurse

payabahn

Patient

Kon kai

Sick (to feel)

Mai sabai

Vomit

Spoken-uwak formal - ajian





sentences:
i feel sick - pom mai sabia
i have a bad stomach - tong sia
i need a doctor - pom tong gaan mor
have you been to a doctor yet? - haa mor ruh yang?
help me!!!! - chuwai duwai
can you help me please - chuwai noi
i'm looking for a patient - pom haa kon kai
i have a fever - pom pben kai
i have a sore throat - pom jeb kor
i don't feel too good - pom rusig mai koy dee tow rai (this is intermediate grammar)
call a doctor - riak mor noi
is it a big problem? - mee ban haa yai mai?
It changed colour and fell off - mun pblien see le luut
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Re: lesson 5 - health

Post by Admin on Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:20 pm

Nice one SitapatrJay, especially liked the last one:

"Mun pblien see le luut." Just hope I'll never need to use that one.

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Re: lesson 5 - health

Post by Freebird on Tue Aug 18, 2009 8:14 pm

So, I have headache/stomachache would be:

Pom mee huwa buwad/tong buwad

Is that correct? Pray
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Re: lesson 5 - health

Post by SitapatrJay on Thu Aug 20, 2009 10:02 am

sorry for not being specific.
Quick grammar check: In thai adjective follows noun, so red car = car red (rot deng) this applies to all forms of description (especially adverbs) so stomach ache becomes ache stomach - buwad tong and head ache becomes ache head - buwad huwa
My apologies, please keep sending questions as it will help me give better instruction in the future.
thanks
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Re: lesson 5 - health

Post by Admin on Thu Aug 20, 2009 11:19 am

There is also 'Jeb huwa', 'jeb tong' etc with 'jeb' meaning hurt ....

so it's basically head hurt, stomach hurt etc.

...... I think.

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