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

ช่วยส่งหนังสือเล่มนั้นให้ผมหน่อยได้ไหมครับ

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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 and sharp metal objects" (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? (male polite form)" in use

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

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