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In the Rai!, January 9, 2007 in Thai language
I'm wondering how you form these sentences, and what words to use.
even; though; still
"Even though the food is spicy, he still eats."
"We went out even though it rained."
"- The beer is very expensive."
"- Even so, I want it."
last / next
"I've been studying Thai the last three months."
"We will go to Japan next week."
for - when should I use เพื่อ / ให้ / สำหรับ ?
I work hard for your sake.
I will fight for my country.
I would do anything for you.
Thanks in advance ครับ !
I think ถึงแม้ว่า....ยัง is the phrase you're looking for.
ถึงแม้ว่า อาหารเผ็ด ๆ เขายังกิน(ได้)
I probably shouldn't ask this here but i couldn't find a relevant thread, can you advice me where to find an affordable thai language course in Bangkok
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