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How to say in Thai "There isn't a necessity to think in the pattern of X"?

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I want to know what is a useful proper way to say in Thai:

There isn't a necessity to think in the pattern of X

Google translate brings (words separated):

ไม่ จำเป็น ต้อง คิด แบบ X

I am not sure if this is the best way to say it, because:

  • จำเป็น (need) and ต้อง (need/necessity) possibly create a duplication together
  • คิด แบบ means "(to) think like" something, but maybe it doesn't accurately reflects "in the pattern of" something
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I am by no means a perfect Thai speaker, but I'd probably use

ไม่ ต้อง คิด แบบ X

"ไม่ ต้อง" is very common for "you don't need (to)" or "one doesn't need (to)."

"แบบ" works either as a noun for a template (muan bab: like [the] template) or as an adjective for a template being followed (thum bab nii: do [it] like this).

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