Although the country code for Thai phone numbers is +66, Thai people don’t write +66 or say +66 in their phone number when giving it. They use 0 instead of +66. For Thai landlines, there are nine digits starting with 0 (0X-XXX-XXXX). For mobile phones, there are 10 digits starting with 0 as well (0XX-XXX-XXXX).

## How do I remember Thai numbers?

For the Thai numbers 12-19, you just say the Thai word for 10 + 2-9. Eleven, as well as all numbers in the 10s position that include a 1 use a different word to represent 1.

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Thai Numbers 11-19.

11 | สิบเอ็ด (sip-et) | ๑๑ |
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15 | สิบห้า (sip-hah) | ๑๕ |

16 | สิบหก (sip-hoke) | ๑๖ |

17 | สิบเจ็ด (sip-jed) | ๑๗ |

18 | สิบแปด (sib-ppaed) | ๑๘ |

## How do you say 1000 in Thai?

So we know that ‘one thousand’ (1,000) in Thai is ‘**pan’ (พัน)**. For the number ‘ten thousand’ (10,000), you would say ‘meuun’ (หมื่น).

## What does ROI mean in Thai?

riap roi. 1. [adjective] definition. [is] **neat; ready; all set**; all in order; orderly; tidy.

## How do you say 20 in Thai?

**4.** **Numbers 10 – 9,999,999**

- For 10, Thai people read it สิบ (sìp) instead of หนึ่งสิบ (nùeng sìp)
- For 20, Thai people read it ยี่สิบ (yîi sìp) instead of สองสิบ (sǎawng sìp)
- For numbers higher than 10, if 1 is in the unit digit, Thai people read it เอ็ด (èt) instead of หนึ่ง (nùeng)

## How do you say ten in Thai?

Numbers 11 to 100

Numbers 12 – 19 are the same as 2-9 except with the number ten , **สิบ ( sìp )**, in front of them. 11 is slightly different, as from 11 onwards whenever หนึ่ง ( nèung , the number 1) is the last word in a number it becomes เอ็ด ( èt ) instead.

## How do you say 8 in Thai?

The Thai language has its own set of numerals, although the standard Arabic/Western numerals are much more commonly encountered.

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Numbers 1 to 10.

Arabic Numerals | Thai Numerals | Pronunciation |
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7 | ๗ | เจ็ด jèt |

8 | ๘ | แปด bpàet |

9 | ๙ | เก้า gâo |

10 | ๑๐ | สิบ sìp |