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Thai Principles
Time wea-lar
()

1. Told the Time reading borg wea-lar (͡)
  • Hours : reading chua-moeng ()
Reading
1 a.m.
tee-neung (˹) or
neung nar-li-gar (˹觹ԡ) : to officially.
2 a.m.
tee-sorng (ͧ) or
sorng
nar-li-gar (ͧԡ) : to officially.
3 a.m.
tee-sarm () or
sarm
nar-li-gar (ԡ) : to officially.
4 a.m.
tee-see () or
see
nar-li-gar (ԡ) : to officially.
5 a.m.
tee-har () or
har
nar-li-gar (ҹԡ) : to officially.
6 a.m.
hog-moeng chao (ˡ) or
hog nar-li-gar (ˡԡ) : to officially.
7 a.m.
jead-moeng chao () or
jead
nar-li-gar (紹ԡ) : to officially.
8 a.m.
paed-moeng chao (Ỵ) or
paed
nar-li-gar (Ỵԡ) : to officially.
9 a.m.
gao-moeng chao () or
gao
nar-li-gar (ҹԡ) : to officially.
10 a.m.
sib-moeng (Ժ) or
sib
nar-li-gar (Ժԡ) : to officially.
11 a.m.
sib-ead-moeng (Ժ) or
sib-ead
nar-li-gar (Ժ紹ԡ) : to officially.
12 a.m.
tiang-wan (§ѹ) or
sib-sorng
nar-li-gar (Ժͧԡ)
1 p.m.
bary-moeng () or
sib-sarm nar-li-gar (Ժԡ)
2 p.m.
bary-sorng-moeng (ͧ) or
sib-see nar-li-gar (Ժԡ)
3 p.m.
bary-sarm-moeng () or
sib-har nar-li-gar (Ժҹԡ)
4 p.m.
see-moeng-yean () or
sib-hog nar-li-gar (Ժˡԡ)
5 p.m.
har-moeng-yean () or
sib-jead nar-li-gar (Ժ紹ԡ)
6 p.m.
hog-moeng-yean (ˡ) or
sib-paed nar-li-gar (ԺỴԡ)
7 p.m.
neung-tum (˹觷) or
sib-gao nar-li-gar (Ժҹԡ)
8 p.m.
sorng-tum (ͧ) or
yee-sib nar-li-gar (Ժԡ)
9 p.m.
sarm-tum () or
yee-sib-ead nar-li-gar (Ժ紹ԡ)
10 p.m.
see-tum () or
yee-sib-sorng nar-li-gar (Ժͧԡ)
11p.m.
har-tum (ҷ) or
yee-sib-sarm nar-li-gar (Ժԡ)
Midnight
tiang-keun (§׹) or
yee-sib-see nar-li-gar (Ժԡ)


  • Minutes : reading nar-tee (ҷ)
10 min.
sib nar-tee
(Ժҷ)
20 min.
yee-sib nar-tee
(Ժҷ)
30 min.
kreung chua-moeng (觪) or
sarm-sib
nar-tee (Ժҷ) : to officially.
40 min.
see-sib nar-tee
(Ժҷ)
45 min.
see-sib-har nar-tee
(Ժҹҷ)
55 min.
har-sib-har nar-tee
(Ժҹҷ)

Ex.
Reading
6.15 a.m.
hog-moeng sib-har nar-tee
(ˡ Ժҹҷ) or
hog nar-li-gar sib-har nar-tee
(ˡԡ Ժҹҷ)
: to officially.
1.30 p.m.
bary-moeng kreung
() or
sib-sarm nar-li-gar sarm-sib nar-tee
(Ժԡ Ժҷ)
: to officially.



2. Time Word
Thai languages use time word to add in sentence to indicate tense. You can see more detail at Thai grammar menu.

 
Reading
This week
sab-dar nee
(ѻ)
One week ago
neung sab-dar tee-parn-mar
(˹ѻ ҹ)
Last week
sab-dar tee-laew
(ѻ)
Next week.
sab-dar nar
(ѻ˹)
Every day
tug-wan
(ءѹ)
Today
wan-nee
(ѹ)
All day
tang-wan
(ѹ)
This morning
chao wan-nee
(ѹ)
This afternoon
bary wan-nee
(ѹ)
This evening
yean wan-nee
(ѹ)
Tonight
keun-nee
(׹)
Yesterday
moer-warn-nee
(ҹ)
The day before yesterday
moer-warn-seun-nee
(ҹ׹)
Tomorrow
wan-prung-nee
(ѹ觹)
Tomorrow morning
chao wan-prung-nee
(ѹ觹)
The day after tomorrow
wan-ma-reun-nee
(ѹ׹)
At the moment
kha-na-nee
(й)
Late
sary
()
Later on
tee-lhang
(ѧ)
Soon
nai-mai-char
()
Sat, 29 March, 2003




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