HowtoReadThai.com has a new post for those learning Thai. This post is about one of the long vowels, click here to read the post.
Archive for June, 2011
There is another Thai vowel that makes the short /a/ sound, this one is called ไม้หันอากาศ – Mái Hǎn-aa-gàat. It has a whole set of rules to differentiate it from the same sounding สระ -ะ. Click here to view more.
If you want to know how this short vowel is used, head on over to How to Read Thai.com.
Well the CELTA course is finally over. 19 weeks of hard work and all is finished now. Well done to everyone on the course – all passed which is good news. We all have different plans so wherever all my fellow trainee/colleagues end up, I wish you all the best. Russ
I was told the other day that the market is ‘saturated’ with books about learning Thai and I have to be honest, there is a lot of material out there. There are so many that want to teach people to speak Thai that sometimes it’s hard to choose (hey, I could recommend one However, there [...]