|The 33rd consonant of the Thai alphabet||
|The 7th consonant of the Thai alphabet||
SummaryThe Thai translation for “you (impolite form)” is มึง. The Thai, มึง, can be broken down into 3 parts:"The 33rd consonant of the Thai alphabet" (ม), "vowel eu" (อึ) and "The 7th consonant of the Thai alphabet" (ง).
Examples of "you (impolite form)" in useThere are 12 examples of the Thai word for "you (impolite form)" being used:
But mostly you will rarely see men addressing women using the impolite form of “you”, something like this.,
But to use the impolite form of the words “you” or “I” you must have a really close friendship with the people.,
In a moment you can try to call other friends to meet up as we haven’t seen each other for a long time.,
We might change the impolite form of the word “you”, to the impolite female form of “you”, when addressing women who are our friends.,