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2 หมื่นล้าน, 4 เมษายน 2555, ข่าวไทยรัฐออนไลน์. 10 ล้านราย “แกรมมี่” ลงหุ้นเสริมทัพ “ซีทีเอช”, 26 พฤษภาคม 2555, ข่าวไทยรัฐออนไลน์. 11 พฤศจิกายน 2560 เวลา 13:39 น. Introduction This is one อี เอ ฟ เอ็ ม the most important reference pages at thai-language.

Students studying Thai often spend a great deal of time learning the Thai consonants, while the vowels may get only a cursory look. Maybe this is because, unlike the consonants, the Thai vowels are not organized into a well-known pattern, with accompanying acrophonic objects and children’s rhymes. The vowels of the Thai language can be intimidating at first, especially when students learn that there are sixteen different vowel symbols that combine into different patterns. But many of the combinations make sense once you get the hang of it and the system can be mastered with a little dedication. In Thai phonology, there are nine basic vowel monophthongs. Each of these is pronounced with either a short or a long duration, giving a total of eighteen simple vowel sounds.

We’ll present these first, and then discuss the few diphthongs that Thai uses. In addition to having long and short forms, each basic vowel sound can appear in an open or closed syllable. Monophthongs Now we can proceed to the table of basic vowel sounds. Diphthongs Next we have diphthongs, which are vowels that are pronounced as a glide between two monophthongs. Another objective of this page, however, is to present a complete reference on the ways in which the vowels of Thai are written in Thai. In our analysis of these as consonant glides, that makes sense, because these syllables are already “closed” with the glide consonant.

By now, you have probably noticed that our phonemic transcription does not adhere to this treatment of glide endings. There are two reasons for this. The first is that the system was originally developed before I was aware of this simplification. Miscellaneous Vowel Orthography To complete our discussion of the vowel graphemes used when writing Thai, we list the last two symbols that haven’t appeared. We’ll put this in the “closed” syllable column, since it can’t accept yet another consonant. They’re relatively rare, and you can memorize a short list of common words in which they appear. Only appears in the example word shown, and is not really so much a word as it is a sound.

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