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  • Boon Mee
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    Thanks guys!

    My 'hand' uses riap roi to tell me he's completed a task & I've been asking him in return set laew mai krap?
    And he invariably answers riap roi krap.

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  • Exexpat
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    I think riap roi is best used when something has finished being done and puts the emphasis on it being correct and complete, for example cutting your hair or paying a bill.

    I think ​set laew is better used in the context of stopping doing something but with no emphasis on whether it was done correctly.
    Last edited by Exexpat; 05-17-2018, 12:14 AM.

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  • lamphun
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    I believe that เรียบร้อย (riap roy) refers to finishing a particular task whereas set laew is more general. Hope that helps.

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  • Pat
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    Lebroy laew - Tidy, smart, neat, respectable already

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  • Bonglek
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    Use both together after a good wank ?

    Works for me.

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  • Boon Mee
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    When To Use Reaproy & Set Laew

    OK all you Thai language gurus - after all these years moi is still confused in which context to use เริผขรือผ Reaproy and เสร็จแล้ว set laew to indicate a particular task is completed.

    As far as I can tell, they are almost interchangeable but...I know there's a context in which to use one or another given the circumstances?

    Cheers,
    BM
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