SummaryThe Thai translation for “a particle placed before word to emphasize it” is ไอ้. The Thai, ไอ้, can be broken down into 3 parts:"vowel ai mai malai" (ไ), "The 43rd consonant of the Thai alphabet" (อ) and "falling tone marker" (ไม้โท).
Examples of "a particle placed before word to emphasize it" in useThere are 7 examples of the Thai word for "a particle placed before word to emphasize it" being used:
And then I can hear my father shouting for me to hurry ashore because my area there are only shells.,
And then there were small bits of glass in the water which could cut my feet. I walked around and tried to avoid stepping on them.,
But the strange thing is that the area where I am sitting is an area that has only shells. Can you imagine it.,
I continued to walk. Until the sea flooded my chest and then I felt pain in my feet which we hadn’t noticed that we were walking on sand or gravels or shells.,