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"Could you hand me that book? (male polite form)" in Thai



Literal Breakdown


The Thai translation for “Could you hand me that book? (male polite form)” is ช่วยส่งหนังสือเล่มนั้นให้ผมหน่อยได้ไหมครับ. The Thai, ช่วยส่งหนังสือเล่มนั้นให้ผมหน่อยได้ไหมครับ, can be broken down into 11 parts:"to help" (ช่วย), "to hand; to pass to" (ส่ง), "book" (หนังสือ), "classifier for books, candles, scissors, knives and needles" (เล่ม), "that; those" (นั้น), "for; towards" (ให้), "me (male speaker)" (ผม), "a bit; somewhat (word used to soften the meaning of a sentence)" (หน่อย), "can; to be able to" (ได้), "question particle" (ไหม) and "polite particle for male speakers" (ครับ).

Examples of "Could you hand me that book?" in use

There is 1 example of the Thai word for "Could you hand me that book?" being used:

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