• Pronunciation – Thai Low Consonants – Set 2

    by  • 21/01/2010

    25 Nau Nhoo - 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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    Pronunciation Practice – Thai Low Consonants – Set 1

    by  • 19/01/2010

    04 - Kau Kwaai - 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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    Pronunciation Practice – First Set of Mid-Consonants

    by  • 16/01/2010

    01 - Gau Gai - กอ ไก่ - Thai Alphabet Consonants - How to Learn Thai

    The First Set of Consonants to Learn It is common to begin learning the Thai consonants in groups rather than in a linear fashion. The first set of consonants learned is generally the common mid-consonants. Seven of the nine Mid-Consonants are common, while two are uncommon and rarely used. Those are left for later....

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    ก. ไก่ – The first letter of the Thai alphabet

    by  • 20/09/2009

    gau gai - english side

    Sound ก has the sound of .g. as golf, gun, guide in English when it is an initial consonant. กา crow (gaa), กิน to eat (gin), ไก่ chicken (gai). Note: The word “koh” that is the official name for island then misleads the foreign speaker to pronounce it wrong. If it appears after a...

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