Thai vs. English Consonants

Comparing and contrasting the similarities and differences between two languages is an effective tactic for second language learners. Direct cognitive awareness of those differences, while engaging in recognition and production of the differences, is more effective than indirect trial and error. Instruction and exercises that highlight these differences are important for mastery. Minimal Pairs Explicit […]

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Thai Language Reference Resources

Thai and English Consonantal Sounds: a Problem or a Potential for EFL Learning? Monthon Kanokpermpoon, ABAC Journal, V.27,N.1. > This paper aims to examine similarities and differences between Thai and English consonants. It determines areas of difficulties when Thai students try to pronounce English consonantal sounds. It is found that English sounds which do not […]

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Free Thai Font Collection

Free and Open Source Thai Fonts The main goal of this repository is to provide -- in one place a set of freely (and legally) available Thai computer fonts. The collection of fonts show the diversity of Thai typefaces. While there are many different websites with fonts for download, some fonts are difficult to find, […]

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Fonts Copyright Patent Trademark

Intellectual property protections for typefaces and fonts are questionable at best, though there are a few areas in which protections do hold, including Copyright, Design Rights (and Patents), and Trademark.1 Copyright Originally in the US and other jurisdictions, the idea of a typefaces is one which is pure utility (that is, smacking ink on paper, […]

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