Decoded Slug: นั้น (nán) - That (as a demonstrative)

Thai Grammar Point
นั้น (nán) - That (as a demonstrative)

นั้น (nán) - That (as a demonstrative)

Short explanation:

Used to refer to something specific previously mentioned, seen, or known about.


Noun + นั้น


ผม ชอบ หนังสือ นั้น ที่ คุณ แนะนำ
Phom chop nang-sue nán thîi khun nae-nam
I like that book you recommended.
ฉัน เข้าใจ ปัญหา นั้น ที่ คุณ เป็น
Chan khao-jai pan-ha nán thîi khun pen
I understand that problem you are having.
คุณรู้จัก คน นั้น ที่ อยู่ ใน รูป นี้ ไหม
Khun ru-jak kon nán thîi yù nai rûp nêe mǎi
Do you know that person in this picture?
กระเป๋า นั้น ที่ คุณ ใส่ ดู น่า รัก มาก
Gra-pea nán thîi khun sai du na-rak mâak
That bag you are carrying looks very cute.

Long explanation:

The term 'นั้น (nán)' is used in Thai to refer to a specific thing or person that has been previously mentioned, seen, or known about. It is often used similarly to the English 'that' when it functions as a demonstrative adjective or demonstrative pronoun. It often comes after the noun or the person it refers to.

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