| duu năŋ 'to see the movies,' composed of duu
'to look, look at' and năŋ 'movie, movies'
(also 'skin, hide'). The ordinary Thai word for 'to see,' which is hĕn, is never used in place of duu in this phrase. In
other words, in Thai people say 'to look at the movies' while in English they say 'to see
kəən pay 'too (excessively),' composed of kəən 'to exceed' and pay 'to go.'
This is a descriptive phrase, and so it always follows the word it modifies, as in, phɛɛŋ kəən pay 'too expensive'; maˆak kəən pay 'too