What is Ma Der in Laos?
About Ma Der.
Fried Chicken Shop. Ma Der! (ma-derr) is a Laotian phrase that basically means “come eat! or “come thru!” It’s an open invitation to our dinner table. … After many years of cooking Japanese food, Chef Jeff is going back to his roots to cook his mom’s food that he grew up eating with family & friends.
How do you greet someone in Laos?
- The standard greeting in Laos is ‘sabaideebor’, which means ‘how are you?’ …
- If someone greets another by saying ‘sabaideebor’, the receiver will usually reply with ‘sabaidee’ (‘it goes well’).
- Informally, Lao may greet each other with ‘kin khow leo bor?
What is your name in Laos?
Basic expressions / Common Words
|My name is…||Khoï suu…|
|No thank you||Bo khop tchaï|
|Yes / No||Tchao / Bo|
|You’re welcome||Than nyinditonhab|
What is considered rude in Laos?
In Laos your head is “high”, your feet “low”. Using your feet for anything other than walking or playing sport is generally considered rude. The feet form the inferior part of the body (as much spiritually as physically). You must never indicate or touch another person or object with your foot.
What is Boun Pi Mai?
Boun Pi Mai : Pi Mai means “new year” and it is the time when the Lao cerebrates the start of their Lunar calendar year. Practically, the entry country grinds to a half for the festivities.
Is Lao a difficult language?
So, how hard is Lao to learn? The main areas of difficulty are going to be the tonal nature of the language the complexity of the writing system. Vocabulary – Laos has a number of loanwords from Pali and Sanskrit. There has also been a lot of language exchange between Lao, Thai and Khmer.