Decoded Slug: รู้ (rúu) - To know, to be aware of

Thai Grammar Point
รู้ (rúu) - To know, to be aware of

รู้ (rúu) - To know, to be aware of

Short explanation:

Used to express knowledge, awareness, or familiarity about something or someone.


Subject + รู้ + Object


ฉัน รู้ ว่า เธอ ไม่ ชอบ กิน ผัก
Chan rúu wa thoe mai chop kin pak
I know that you don't like to eat vegetables.
เธอ รู้ มั้ย ว่า วัน นี้ คือ วัน เกิด ของ ฉัน
Thoe rúu may wa wan ni khue wan gert kong chan
Do you know that today is my birthday?
พวก เขา ไม่ รู้ ว่า ฉัน มี ทุกข์
Phuak khao mai rúu wa chan mee thuk
They don't know that I'm suffering.
คุณ รู้ ความลับ ที่ ฉัน ซ่อนไว้ มั้ย
Khun rúu khwam lup thi chan sorn wai may
Do you know the secret that I'm hiding?

Long explanation:

The verb 'รู้ (rúu)' in Thai is used to denote knowing something or being aware of something. It can be used both in the sense of knowing someone (being acquainted with) and knowing about something (having knowledge or being aware of). It is very common as it is used frequently in daily life, both in social and formal situations. It can be used in both past and present tense, and often directly follows the subject of the sentence.

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