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Greeting a monk
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    WHEN I SEE A MONK SHOULD I SAY SAWADEE TARN OR SAWADEE AJARN WHICH WAY IS CORRECT

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    Sawatdi Khrap Phom

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    Hello again,

    In fact, the best and most polite way of greeting a monk is :

    "Namssakhan khrap phom"

    But, if you say "Sawatdi Khrap (khaa)" and smile with a nice "wai", it is ok too, no problem.

    Have a nice day

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