Decoded Slug: ใช่ (châi) - Is it?, correct, right

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ใช่ (châi) - Is it?, correct, right

ใช่ (châi) - Is it?, correct, right

Short explanation:

It is used to confirm something or to ask a question, it equates to the English 'Is it?, correct, right'.


Statement + ใช่ + Question Word OR Statement + ใช่


คุณ มา จาก กรุงเทพฯ ใช่ ไหม
Khun ma ja krung thep châi mai
You are from Bangkok, right?
นั่น ใช่ รถ ของ คุณ หรือ ไม่
Nun châi rot kong khun reu mai
Is that your car?
ร้าน ขาย ของชำ ที่ แนะนำ ให้ คุณ นั่น ใช่ ร้าน โอ ทัพ ใช่ มั้ย
Ran kai khong cham thi nae nam hai khun nun châi ran o thap châi mâi
Is the grocery store I recommended to you, Otop shop, right?
อาหาร ที่ สั่ง มา ใช่ ที่ คุณ ต้องการ มั้ย
Aa haan thi sang ma châi thi khun tong kan mâi
Is the food that was ordered what you wanted?

Long explanation:

The term 'ใช่ (châi)' is a commonly used word in the Thai language, it may be inserted to confirm the information previously mentioned or to form a question. This can be helpful when you are unsure of something, or you cannot recall certain information and need confirmation. The usage of 'ใช่' closely resembles the English 'Is it? Correct, right'.

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