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OK, here's the tip: When you have learned a few words of the Thai language and you want to start trying them out on a Thai-speaking person, please don't get upset when they look at you all blank and they obviously haven't understood a word that you have said... Or, more likely, they are completely and utterly confused by what you actually did just say! You just need to work on those tones... For anyone literally just starting out with learning Thai - the sooner you can get your head around the fact that Thai, (like Mandarin and other Chinese languages,) is a tonal language - the bett
On my Thai vocabulary flashcards, I write the Thai words using a colour-coding system to indicate the correct tone to use for each syllable: Red for High Tone syllables Plain black for the Mid Tone syllables Green for the Low Tone syllables Light Green for rising tones. The tone is rising up from a low (dark green) tone, hence the light green? It made sense to me! and Pink for falling tones. The tone is falling from a high pitch, hence the colour should be a bit "less" than pure red?! For the transliterated Thai to Roman Alphabet script, (which tells m
14 downloadsThis is a .xml file containing over 300 flashcards with the Q sides depicting a random selection of Thai words and phrases, all written in the Thai script, and using various different fonts. You will have to download the StudyMinder Flash Cards software to your PC, in order to view and use the cards. Once the software has been installed on your PC, it will create a directory, (a sub-folder - usually in your Documents folder,) called StudyMinder Flash Cards. Just install the .xml file to that subfolder and you can start using the cards right away. Most of the information contained in theFree