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What is the correct form of greeting to use in traditional Thai culture for a male?



A. Sawaddekarp accompanied with the Wai gesture (bowing with palms closed)
B. Sawaddekha accompanied with the Wai gesture (bowing with palms closed)
C. Bang! accompanied with one hand on the head, fingers touching forehead
D. \Anyong haseyo\ accompanied with a smile

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Asked by Swj, Last updated: Apr 02, 2020

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cynthia t. soneja

Cynthia t. soneja

Answered Sep 27, 2019

Sawaddekarp accompanied with the Wai gesture

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Aug 12, 2017

"Sawaddekarp" accompanied with the Wai gesture (bowing with palms closed)
 

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