How to say come with me in Thai: Ma Duai

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How to say come with me in Thai: Ma Duai

Learning Thai for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say come with me in Thai: Ma Duai
Say it out loud: “mah DOO-ai

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Some more helpful words in our Thai Courtesy/Questions category:

...the bathroom – Hong Nam  (HONG nahm)
come with me – Ma Duai  (mah DOO-ai)
do you speak english? – Phut Phasa Angkrit Dai Mai  (POOT pah sah ahng greet DAI mai?)
excellent – Di Mak  (dee MAHK)
excuse me – Kho Thot  (kaw TOAT)
good / bad – Di/Mai Di  (dee/MAI dee)
how do you say…? – … Phut Yang Ngai  (… POOT yahng ngai?)
how much is this? – Ni Thao Rai?  (NEE TAO rai?)
may I? (point at chair, door) – … Dai Mai?  (… DAI mai?)
maybe – Na Cha Dai  (NAH ja DAI)
no problem – Mai Pen Rai  (mai pen rai)
please – Chuai  (CHOO-ai)
thank you – Khop Khun Khrap/Kha  (kop koon krahp/KAH)
what is that? – Nan Arai?  (NAHN ah-rai?)
where is… – … Thi Nai  (… TEE nai?)
yes / no – Chai/Mai Chai  (CHAI / MAI CHAI)

And here’s how to say come with me in other languages!

Arabic–Ezhab Ma'e  (ez hab ma he)
Chinese–Gēn Wǒ Lái  (Gun Wo Lai)
Croatian–dođite sa mnom  (doe dee tay sahm noam)
Czech–Pojď se mnou  (POICH sem no)
Finnish–tule mukaan  (tuh leh mu kaan)
French–Venez avec moi  (ven ay vek mwah)
German–kommen sie mit  (kohm men zee mitt)
Italian–viene con me  (vee eh nee con may)
Japanese–Issho Ni Kite Kudasai  (Issho Nee Kee Teh Koo Dah Sai)
Korean–Iri Oseyo.  (Ee Ri Oh Se Yo.)
Polish–Chodź ze mną  (Hotsh zae mno)
Portuguese–Venha Comigo  (ven yaa kohm mee goo)
Russian–idite za mnoy  (ee dee tye zah mnoy)
Spanish–venga conmigo  (vayn gah cone me go)
Swahili–kuangalia tu  (koo ah nn gah lee ah too)
Thai–Ma Duai  (mah DOO-ai)
Turkish–benimle gel  (beh nim lay all)
Vietnamese–Đi Với Tôi  (Di Vuhy Toy)

""come with me" (Ma Duai)" is a phrase commonly used to instruct someone to follow somebody. When on tour, the native tour guide may tell you ""come with me" (Ma Duai). I know a fine restaurant." This phrase is also used in every day communicating and you may also use it to instruct a friend to follow you e.g. ""come with me" (Ma Duai) tomorrow, we're touring the animal orphanage." Get instant access to the Thai Language Set.

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