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"A dish of fried rice cost two hundred which I’ve never eaten before." in Thai

ข้าวผัดจานละสองร้อยอะผมไม่เคยกินมาก่อนเลยนะ

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The Thai translation for “A dish of fried rice cost two hundred which I’ve never eaten before.” is ข้าวผัดจานละสองร้อยอะผมไม่เคยกินมาก่อนเลยนะ. The Thai, ข้าวผัดจานละสองร้อยอะผมไม่เคยกินมาก่อนเลยนะ, can be broken down into 12 parts:"fried rice" (ข้าวผัด), "plate; dish" (จาน), "per; each" (ละ), "200 (two hundred)" (สองร้อย), "a particle placed before or after word to emphasize it" (อะ), "I (male speaker)" (ผม), "never" (ไม่เคย), "to eat" (กิน), "coming (towards the present or the time in focus)" (มา), "before" (ก่อน), "really; completely" (เลย) and "word added to the end of a sentence to soften it" (นะ).

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