To understand that some of these statements are in the past and some in the future, let’s suppose that today is Monday.
|do you want to go on Saturday?
|they will come on Monday
|they came from Bangkok on Saturday
|she will go to Krabi on Wednesday
|we want to eat here on Sunday
|I eat here on Tuesdays and Thursdays
|I spoke with him on Friday
|I will speak with him on Friday
|he cannot do it on Tuesday
|she likes to swim on Sundays
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|khun dtâwng gaan bpai wan săo măi?
|phûuak khăo jà maa wan jan
|khăo maa jàak grungthâep wan săo
|ther jà bpai Krabi wan phúd
|rao dtâwng gaan gin thêe nêe wan aa-thíd
|phŏm/chăn gin thêe nêe wan ang-khaan láe wan phá-réu-hàd
|phŏm/chăn phûud gàp khăo wan sùk
|phŏm/chăn jà phûud gàp khăo wan sùk
|khăo tham wan ang-khaan mâi dâi
|ther châwp wâai nám wan aa-thíd