We're back! In this video we talk about the many ways to say "I" and "You" in Thai.
The words Thai speakers use to refer to themselves and others vary depending on things such as age, gender social status and the relationship between the speaker and the listener.
Don't worry. You don't have to master all of them right now to start speaking in Thai.
For now let's just stick with these:
I = "pǒm" (for male speaker) and "dì-chǎn" (for female speaker)
You = "kun" (for male and female speakers)
These pronouns are polite and can be used in most situations.
In conversational Thai the personal pronouns are often omitted if it's understood from the context whom is being refered to. It's also common to use the name of a person in place of "I" or "You".
As you keep learning more Thai, try to always pay attention to the way Thai natives speak, have fun with it and don't be afraid to make mistakes.