Speak Thai Lesson 10
To finish – sèt
To finish work
tham-ŋa:n sèt = To finish to do your work or clock off
lerk ngaan = clock off
gin kâ:w sèt = To finish to eat(When you use the word”sèt” Maybe there is some food left after finish eating or you ate them all.Can be both)
gin kâ:w mòt = To finish to eat(When you use the word”mòt” means there is no food left,You eat them all)
du: nǎŋ sèt = To finish to watch a movie(Using the word”sèt” You won’t know if completely watch ing until the end of a movie or just watch it half then stop watching it.
du: nǎŋ jòb = To finish watching a movie until the end.
sèt = To finish
mòt =To run out
jòb = To completely finish(Used with “to read and to watch)
1.1 Phî: gin kâ:w-thîaŋ sèt lԑ́:w.
I already finished to eat lunch.
1.2 Phî: gin pla: mòt lԑ́:w.
I already finished to eat the fish.(The word “mot” imply no more fish.
2.1 Phî: du: nǎŋ sèt lԑ́:w.
I already finished a movie.
2.2 Phî: du: nǎŋ jòb lԑ́:w..
I already finished a movie.(The word “job“imply to watch a movie until the end of a movie)