Adjectives describe people or things. You’ll need them whenever you want to describe what something or somebody is like. The car is old, the hotel is cheap. You get it. Memorize the Cambodian (Khmer) adjectives below and you’ll be well equipped for most basic conversations.
This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Cambodian (Khmer)“.
|English||Khmer (Cambodian)||Khmer (Cambodian)|
large / big
light / clear
kuor aoy chab aromm
kuor aoy thounh tron
easy / simple
it kit thlai
right / correct
Vocabulary trainer: Basic Adjectives in Khmer
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light / clear
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