In this lesson, khru Yuki Tachaya talks about many different contexts where the word “for” can be used in English and how to express it in Thai for each context. As there is no word-to-word translation for the word “for,” not only will you have a better understanding of when to use “เพื่อ” (pêua) and when to use “สำหรับ (sǎmràp),” but you will also learn other ways to express “for,” which you may have never known before.
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