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"wàttdii, sawàtdii"

3 months ago
"wàttdii, sawàtdii" Are they different? The answer is no.

You may hear Thai people say "wàttdii" insted of "sawàtdii" The meaning is just the same.It just sounds more casual to pronounce the shortened form of "wàttdii" so, of course, we use "wàttdii" in casual situation.

We can "wàttdii" to parent, bossed, or friends but not to someone who is newly introduced to us.

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