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BANGKOK 21 July 2019 14:32

exact translation of this

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I just came to accept that within the younger generation of Thais it seems to be fashionable to spell their own language in an illiterate way but still discernible for their peers. As for the reasons for this it is debatable. 

Anyhow, as a foreigner I have no intention to imitate this behaviour and would find it really odd for any foreigner out of his teens to do so. 

On 7/12/2019 at 9:30 AM, tgeezer said:

Could นี mean นี ? I know it is meaningless but not if it is an acceptable way of saying มี . 


So I don't think it is an acceptable way for us to speak. I think P Buun could have said instead



On 7/12/2019 at 9:30 AM, tgeezer said:

Is that an attempt to bring the level up from “baby talk” and rebuff her?

As Poey is younger than Buun, I think baby talk (ภาษาวัยรุ่น) comes more natural to her than to him. Only at the end of what we see of the conversation I think he feels a need to come down to baby talk a bit and maybe that's the reason he's using นี instead of มี. 


But that all comes out of my foreigner's mind. No native speaker around to confirm the above atm. So feel free to correct me. 

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