How do you say thank you in Thai?
khob-kun-Ka, If you are a woman.
khob-kun-Krub, If you are a man.
Moreover, Khob kun is used in general for every and you can say
Kob-jai too. It has the same meaning with Khob-kun but can be used
with the younger or friends, not suits to use with the elder.
It's something like "kop chai"
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