How to say how much is this? in Thai: Ni Thao Rai?

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How to say how much is this? in Thai: Ni Thao Rai?

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

To say how much is this? in Thai: Ni Thao Rai?
Say it out loud: “NEE TAO rai?

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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 how much is this? in other languages!

Arabic–Kam Se'r?  (kam sehr?)
Chinese–Zhègè Duōshǎo Qián?  (Jay Guh Dwo Shao Chyen?)
Croatian–koliko je to?  (koe lee koe yay toe?)
Czech–kolik to stojí?  (ko LEEK tow stoy ee?)
Finnish–kuinka paljon tämä maksaa?  (kuin kah pahlyon tah mah xaah)
French–Combien est-ce?  (comb bee in ess)
German–wie viel kostet das?  (vee feel cost it dahs?)
Italian–quanto costa questo?  (qwan toe kohs tuh kwes toe?)
Japanese–Ikura Desuka?  (Ee Coo Rah Dess Kah?)
Korean–Igeoneun Eolmayeyo?  (Ee Go Nun Uhl Ma Ae Yo?)
Polish–Ile to kosztuje?  (Ela to kosh too' yeah?)
Portuguese–Quanto Custa Isto?  (koo-an toe coos tah ees too?)
Russian–skol'ko eto stoit?  (skohl koh etah stoh eet?)
Spanish–¿cuánto?  (kwahn toe?)
Swahili–bei gani  (bay ee gah nee)
Thai–Ni Thao Rai?  (NEE TAO rai?)
Turkish–ne kadar?  (nay kah dar?)
Vietnamese–Bao Nhiêu?  (Bao Nyoo)

There are many "asking" phrases used all over the world and the most common ones are the one used when asking for the price of an item. When you spot something you like at the local market you can walk up to the seller and ask ""how much is this?" (Ni Thao Rai?)?" This phrase is will come in handy when you are looking to do shopping for items or even souvenirs. Get instant access to the Thai Language Set.

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Biography: Ross has been a photographer and designer in Chiang Mai, Thailand for over three years, working on development issues and with refugees from Myanmar. He's traveled extensively throughout Southeast Asia, enjoying the food, languages, people and breathtaking landscapes.
Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand

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