Decoded Slug: ด้วย (dûai) - Also, too

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ด้วย (dûai) - Also, too

ด้วย (dûai) - Also, too

Short explanation:

This word is used to imply 'also', 'too', or 'as well' in English.

Formation:

Statement + ด้วย

Examples:

เขา ชอบ ร้อน ด้วย
Khao chorb ron dûai
He also likes spicy food.
ฉัน จะ ไป ห้าง ซื้อ รองเท้า ด้วย
Chan ja pai haang seu rong thao dûai
I will go to the mall to buy shoes as well.
เธอ ต้อง ทำ การบ้าน ด้วย
Thoe tong tham gan baan dûai
You also have to do your homework.
วันนี้ ฉัน รู้สึก ท้อแท้ ด้วย
Wan ni chan ru suek thor thae dûai
I feel really tired today as well.

Long explanation:

'ด้วย (dûai)' in Thai language is used to imply that along with the action stated in the main clause, the subject or object is also doing another action or is in another state. Providing additional information, it functions similarly to the english words 'also', 'too', or 'as well'. It is versatile and can be used with different verbs and phrases to express additional action or state. 'ด้วย (dûai)' is typically placed after the verb or at the end of the sentence.
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