How to say we ate in Thai: Gin Laeo

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How to say we ate in Thai: Gin Laeo

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

To say we ate in Thai: Gin Laeo
Say it out loud: “geen lay-oh

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Some more helpful words in our Thai More Dining Basics category:

...some (of) – … Bang  (… bahng)
...this/that – Ni/Nan  (NEE/NAHN)
all done – Set Laeo  (set lay-oh)
another – Ik  (eek)
Bon appétit! – Gin Khao!  (geen KAO!)
can I have…? – Ao … Dai Mai?  (ao ... dai mai?)
can I see…? – Du … Dai Mai?  (doo … dai mai?)
Cheers! – Chai Yo!  (chai yo!)
Eat! Eat! – Gin Loei!  (geen loi!)
I am hungry – Hio Khao  (hee-ew KAO)
I am thirsty – Hio Nam  (hee-ew nahm)
I ate – Gin Laeo  (geen lay-oh)
I would like… – Ao …  (ao …)
we ate well! – Gin Di Laeo  (geen dee lay-oh)

And here’s how to say we ate in other languages!

Arabic–Aakalna  (Aa kal na)
Chinese–Wǒmen Chī Guòle  (Wo Mun Chr Gwo Luh)
Croatian–jeli smo  (yeh lee smōh)
Czech–jsme jedli  (smay yeh dlee)
Finnish–me söimme  (meh soim meh)
French–nous avons mangé  (noo zuh vahn mahn jhay)
German–wir haben gegessen  (veya hahben geh geh sin)
Italian–abbiamo mangiato  (ahb bee yah mo)
Japanese–Tabemashita  (Tah Beh Mah Shee Tah)
Korean–Jeohuineun Meogeosseoyo.  (Juh Hee Nun Muh Guh Ssuh Yo.)
Polish–Jedliśmy  (Ye dlee' shmee)
Portuguese–Já Comemos  (jah koh may moos)
Russian–My poyeli  (My pah ye lee)
Spanish–comíamos  (koe me' uh mōs)
Swahili–tusha kula  (too shah kuh lah)
Thai–Gin Laeo  (geen lay-oh)
Turkish–biz yedik  (bees yeh dik)
Vietnamese–Chúng Tôi Ăn  (Chung Toy An)

In your enthusiasm you would like to describe what you ate in Thai. The phrase would therefore start with "we ate" (Gin Laeo)... Then you would describe the food in detail, and probably enquire how to make it in your kitchen. You will need to know more of the Thai language which you can easily access using the instant access to the Thai Language Set.

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Ross in Thailand
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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