Using in adjective is one of the most important in Thai language learning. That is the reason this is article is about using adjective part II. In How To Use Adjective In Thai Language Part I, you’ve learned about the position of adjective and noun. Also in Basic Thai Language Structure and How To Use Verb To Be, you’ve learn where the verb of the sentence should be. Now were are going to combine knowledge we have learn together and see what you are going to do if you have to use verb to be with adjective such as:
The rule of writing these sentences in Thai language is that “get rid of the ‘verb to be’ and the sentence will be perfect”
It might sound weird to some of you, but this is one of the uncommon sentence structures, most of Thai sentences won’t be unique like this. Thai people love something simple because they want you to focus on tones. So keep practicing!