Thank you in MyanmarMyanmar thanks
zu? zu? pju? pju? bi?); Thank you. Gratitude - Cè-zú tin-ba-deh (pronounced "Dje-zu-te-mah-dae"). If you point to a dish in a restaurant in Myanmar and say "da ba leh", you will receive a quick answer.
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Classification:: You can find the English version here if you want to know how to say thank you in Myanmar (Burmese). This will hopefully help you better understanding Myanmar (Burma). This is the Burmese translator and the Burmese term for thank you: See other Burmese translations:
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Words & Phrases useful to Myanmar residents
Myanmar people often talk Myanmar to greet, say goodbye, buy, find places or ask for the way. Therefore, for those who are not conversant with this type of speech, you should at least know some important sentences to have a pleasant journey in this state. Now, here are some useful words to use when you travel to Myanmar.
You' re not an authority on talking Myanmar, but you can still study some simple and useful sentences to practise with the people. When you want to say:'How are you?' by voice in this land, you can use "nei kaun: ye. la:". Rather than the English expressions "good morning", "good day", "good evening" or "good night", which probably most natives know who come into touch with international tourists in touristic places, one can say: "mingala nan ne khin: ba", "kaun:tho:nei Khin: ba", "kaun: tho: tya. na. nei khin: ba" and " thwa: bi".
In order to be more friendly with the locals, you can welcome them like'twei. ya. da wan: Tha ba de', which means'Please to see you' or'nomen ya. thei: da paw', which means'We see each other again'. Kimo-zo-Ba de:' means'you are welcome','be' mashi.-Ba ne' means'I ask your forgiveness' or'sel' mashi-Ba ne' means'sorry','thi: khan-Ba' means'sorry','a: na Zeny-gyi:' means'you are so nice'.
Sometimes when you want to provide help, like'Can I help you', help the folks in Myanmar'ku nanyi ba ya. When you say'be lu'le:', the locals can clearly see that you charge. Tourism would not be familiar with the Myanmar road, so they would get baffled if they got stuck in bustling or uncharted road.
Is to say that the visitor should know some useful terms that include asking or answering about direction. As with other key terms, shared places such as airports, coach stations, train stations, hotels, embassies, hospitals, clinics, law enforcement stations, postal offices, markets, jetties, guesthouses or restaurants in Burma are also important.
These words can be said in the Myanmar tongue like'lei ze, ba saka: hma'tain, Buddha yoon, haou te, than youn:, hsei: yoon, hsei: gan:, ye: sa khan:, sa da ai, zei:, thin: baw: zei', e. yei' thai and sa: thau' hsain'.