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Practice:Western fingers touch these keys: kxKXg to make the first Khmer consonants: កខគឃងthat sound like this: kaw, k-or,khou,khoo,ngooកខគឃង
Posted by Beth on July 24, 2005 at 06:35 PM in Consonants | Permalink
March 25, 2011 at 12:54 AM
Chunking. That's a great way to learn consonants and velwos Talen. Slow and sure makes the ah hahs' easier to realise. I remember back when I discovered that Thai velwos were not only in front, behind, top, and bottom, but there were invisible velwos as well! AWK!!I say AWK!! AWK!! a lot when studying Thai.I'm one of those learners who has to read as well as hear to get things into my head, so I found the e-Learning resource at Sriwittayapoknam a help.Here's lesson one: dekgeng.com/thai/lesson1.htmlCatherine recently posted..
April 25, 2012 at 10:49 PM
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