Decoded Slug: ถ้า (thâa) - If

Thai Grammar Point
ถ้า (thâa) - If

ถ้า (thâa) - If

Short explanation:

Used to form conditional statements; 'if'.

Formation:

ถ้า + Condition, Main Clause

Examples:

ถ้า ฉัน มีเงิน ฉัน จะ ซื้อ รถ ใหม่
Thâa chan mee ngern, chan ja sue rot mai
If I have money, I will buy a new car.
ถ้า คุณ ง่วง ควร ไป นอน
Thâa khun nguang, khuan pai non
If you are sleepy, you should go to bed.
ฉัน จะ ไป ทะเล ถ้า มี เวลา
Chan ja pai thale thâa mee wela
I will go to the sea if I have time.
ถ้า ฝน ตก ฉัน จะ ไม่ ออกจากบ้าน
Thâa fon tok, chan ja mai ok jak baan
If it rains, I will not leave the house.

Long explanation:

The word 'ถ้า (thâa)' is used in Thai to form conditional or 'if' clauses, similar to how 'if' is used in English. It is a conjunction that introduces a condition or requirement in a sentence. It is commonly placed at the beginning of a sentence to set up a condition that is addressed in the main clause of the sentence.
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