The Khmer language is the official language of Cambodia. It belongs to the Mon-Khmer family of languages. There are approximately 15 million speakers of Khmer, which makes it the second most spoken Austroasiatic language.
How To Say How Are You In Cambodian
In Cambodian, “How are you?” is translated as “Neak sok sabai leah?”
There is no one definitive way to say “how are you” in Cambodian, as the phrase can vary depending on the region. However, some common translations include “ka benh?” or “ka nyom?”, both of which mean “How are you?”
- To ask how someone is doing, say “sok sabai leah?”
- Use the word “sok sabai” to say “hello”
There are many different ways to say “how are you” in Cambodian, depending on the region. In Phnom Penh, the most common way to say it is “kem-srey-leah?” or “kem-srey-lea?” (male or female). Another way to say it is “bouh-cheuh?” In Kampot Province, the most common way to say it is “bouh-dei?”
Frequently Asked Questions
What Does Sok Sabai Mean?
Sok Sabai is a Khmer word that means “peaceful and happy.”
How Do You Greet Someone In Khmer?
In Khmer, there are a few different ways to say hello. The most common way is “Sihnoukreach khney” which means “How are you?” You can also say “Suon srey” which means “Good morning” or “Chum reap suor” which means “Good afternoon”.
How Do You Say Goodbye In Cambodian?
In Cambodian, there are a few different ways to say goodbye. The most common way is to say “bye” or “chao”. Another way to say goodbye is to say “kun chhear nun”, which means “I’ll see you later”.
Taking Everything Into Account
The Cambodian way to say “How are you?” is “Koun Jai Laor?”