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"When I buy something then I will say “you”...“you” (using the form for older people), how much is this?" in Thai

เวลาผมซื้อของเงี้ย ผมจะพูดว่า พี่..พี่ เท่าไหร่?

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The Thai translation for “When I buy something then I will say “you”...“you” (using the form for older people), how much is this?” is เวลาผมซื้อของเงี้ย ผมจะพูดว่า พี่..พี่ เท่าไหร่?. The Thai, เวลาผมซื้อของเงี้ย ผมจะพูดว่า พี่..พี่ เท่าไหร่?, can be broken down into 12 parts:"when (2)" (เวลา), "I (male speaker)" (ผม), "to buy" (ซื้อ), "thing; goods" (ของ), "this; these (informal)" (เงี้ย), "I (male speaker)" (ผม), "will; shall" (จะ), "to speak" (พูด), "as; that" (ว่า), "you (for people older than speaker)" (พี่), "you (for people older than speaker)" (พี่) and "how much? how many?" (เท่าไหร่).

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There is 1 example of the Thai word for "When I buy something then I will say “you”...“you” (using the form for older people), how much is this?" being used:

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