“Na Ka” Meaning And 4 Uesful Particles In Thai

Every so often when listening to Thai people speak, you will hear certain phrases that you are unsure of the meaning. The use of ‘na ka’ (นะคะ) and ‘na khrap’ (นะครับ) in Thai is one example of this. These are the Thai particles.

As a pretty common phrase, you will likely hear it often. This will especially be the case when speaking with shop workers or those speaking with higher-ups. For today, we will have a look into the meaning of this Thai phrase and some other similar words that anyone learning Thai should be prepared for. 






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