• Brief Survey on Thailand Book Titles

    by  • 07/06/2012

    This is a brief survey on potential and actual book titles we are considering on publishing in the next year or two. A few of these are already written and in final layout and production. We will definitely announce when they will be available. You can help out a lot by letting us know...

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    Vowel Card Description

    by  • 15/04/2010

    Sara Aah - English Side with Indicators

    Here we can show what is on each card specifically for the 43 Thai vowels, tone marks and punctuation cards, now available for sale online and at over 60 locations in Thailand. Purpose of the Thai Alphabet Cards Most of the elements can be learned individually using the cards. For example, covering up a...

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    Writing the Thai Alphabet High Consonants

    by  • 15/04/2010

    The final set of consonants learned as a group are the High Consonants. These include: #02 – ขอ ไข่ – kau kai #03 – ขอ ขวด – kau kuad #09 – ฉอ ฉิ่ง – shau shing #16 – ฐอ ฐาน – tau taan #22 – ถอ ถุง – tau tung #28 – ผอ ผึ้ง...

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    Writing the Thai Alphabet Low Consonants – 2 of 2

    by  • 27/03/2010

    Here we review the writing for the final 10 of 24 Low Consonants in the Thai Alphabet, namely พ, ฟ, ภ, ม, ย, ร, ล, ว, ฬ, ฮ Write the Thai Low Consonants – พ ฟ ภ ม #30 – พอ พาน – pau paan #31 – ฟอ ฟัน – fau fun #32 –...

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    Writing the Thai Alphabet Low Consonants – 1 of 2

    by  • 27/03/2010

    Here we review the writing for the first 14 of 24 Low Consonants in the Thai Alphabet, namely ค ฅ ฆ ง ช ซ ฌ ญ ฑ ฒ ณ ท ธ น Write the Thai Low Consonants – ค ฅ ฆ ง #4 – คอ ควาย – kau kwaai #5 – ฅอ ฅน –...

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    Phonetic Transcription in Thai Consonants

    by  • 27/03/2010

    Our design decisions for phonetic transcription (the transcribing of sounds into English-language characters) were based on a few criteria. Not all criteria could be simultaneously satisfied in many cases. The overall goal is to teach people the Thai sounds and the Thai writing system, and not to teach transcription itself. Therefore, design decisions and...

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    Consonant Card Description

    by  • 26/03/2010

    Gau Gai - Thai Side with Indicators

    Here we can show what is on each card specifically. Purpose of the Thai Alphabet Cards Most of the elements can be learned individually using the cards. For example, covering up a part of one side of the card and prompting for covered elements (e.g., show the picture and prompt for the written form,...

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    Writing Lessons – 7 Thai Mid-consonants

    by  • 07/02/2010

    Writing Thai - Dtau Dtao

    The Thai Alphabet Flash Cards can be used to help learn how to write the Thai Alphabet. In the videos below we have an expert teacher provide instruction in correcting simple errors that a beginner Thai language speaker encounters in first starting to write. Tweet

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    Thai Tone Frequency and Syllable Length

    by  • 24/01/2010

    Thai Tone Shape and Approximate Frequency - Naksakul 1977

    One aspect of the Thai Alphabet cards which we chose to display a tone frequency and syllable duration marker as a colored line across a two dimensional grid. Purchase the Thai Alphabet Flash Cards Method of Tone Frequency and Syllable Length Display First, we used the Tone Shape and Approximate Frequency adapted from Naksakul...

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    Pronunciation – Thai Low Consonants – Set 3

    by  • 22/01/2010

    35 Rau Ru-Ah - Thai Alphabet Consonants - How to Learn Thai

    There are Twenty-four Low consonants in Thai. Some are less common than others but all are used in some words. In a few cases the letters are common in place names and Thai names and nicknames. It is common to learn Low consonants in sets (we choose to do 3 sets of 8 consonants,...

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