Thai Tenses & talking about time
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Ever, never & not yet
Using adverbs (points in time)
Using adverbs (relationships)
Using adverbs (frequency)
Time comes and goes
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chăn lâang ród rîiap-ráwy láeo
I have washed the car.
Peter tham sèd láeo
Peter has done it.
rao tham-khwaam-sà-àad bâan sèd láeo
We have cleaned the house.
chăn mâi dtâwng-gaan à-rai, chăn gin rîiap-ráwy láeo
I don’t want anything, I’ve eaten already.
Peter rúu maa rá-yá nèung láeo
Peter has known for a while.
săwng aa-thíd thêe-láeo, phan-yaa khăwng Peter bàwk khăo wâa ther tháwng. Peter bàwk wâa khăo rúu maa rá-yá nèung láeo
Two weeks ago, Peter’s wife told him she was pregnant. Peter said that he had known for a while.
chăn jà dâi àan năng-sĕuu lâem née gàwn nawn
I will have read this book by bedtime.
phûuak-khăo jà dtàaeng-ngaan gàwn bpee mài
They will have got married before the New Year.
khun jà dtàaeng-dtuua mâi than aa-hăan-khâm
You won’t be dressed in time for dinner.