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5 Common Final Particles in Thai Language (with Real-Life Examples)

The sentence ending particles are placed at the end of sentences and are used to express politeness, affirmation, admiration etc. Let's add some life to our sentences by using these Thai sentence-ending particles.

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kâ (female) / kráp (male)

Polite final particles


mâi bpen rai kâ / kráp

It’s okay!


Particle used at the end of sentences to assure or confirm


mâi bpen rai ná

It’s okay!


an née dee ná

This one is good.


pŏm mâi dâai goh-hòk jing jing ná

I really didn’t lie to you.


bpà / bpàao / bplào

Particle meaning “or nothing?” and meaning "let's …”

จริงป่ะ jing bpà Really?

จริงหรือเปล่า jing rĕu bplào Is it true (or nothing)?

ไปป่ะ bpai bpà Shall we go?


rŏr / rĕr / rĕu

or not? (Question)

จริงหรอ jing rŏr Really?

จริงหรือ jing rĕu Really (or not)?

อ่ะ à cute and short final particle

จริงอ่ะ jing à Really

ทำไมอ่ะ tam-mai à Why?

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