(Sorry that these are two completely random phrases.)
Are you OK?
I’m OK. (affirmative response)
I’m not OK. (negative response).
How are you?
Fine. (affirmative response)
Not fine. (negative response).
I love you.
Phom-rak-khoon. (male speaker)
Chan-rak-khoon (female speaker).
Well, “I love you” is à¸à¸¡à¸£à¸±à¸à¸à¸¸à¸ (phom rak khun) when a guy is saying it, and à¸à¸±à¸à¸£à¸±à¸à¸à¸¸à¸ (chan rak khun) when a girl (such as yourself) is saying it.
I’m sorry, but I can’t find what “Are you okay?” is in Thai. (Apparently, according to the travel journals I’ve read, they say the English phrase a lot.)