Ok … Thai time’s over. This language wasn’t what I thought it was going to be. I assumed it would be a carbon copy of Khmer, but it had a few surprises. Not enough of them though … SUMMARY: Thai appeared over 700 years ago in the Buddhist Sukhotai kingdom, which is what Thailand was […]Read more "Thai: ลา ก่อน!"
Hey everybody! It’s … Thai Time! Thai makes number 29, as listed below: 1. Romanian 2. Macedonian 3. Spanish 4. Vietnamese 5. Norwegian 6. Bulgarian 7. Slovenian 8. Malagasy 9. Japanese 10. Moldavian 11. Hindi 12. Finnish 13. Azeri 14. Arabic 15. Czech 16. Albanian 17. Cambodian 18. Serbian 19. Chinese 20. Xhosa 21. Portuguese […]Read more "Thai: คุณพูดว่าอะไรนะ?"
So … I won’t attempt to write anything in the Khmer script this time. It took me several hours to review and post the alphabet alone for the previous entry. My feelings about Khmer in general are likely predictable … SUMMARY: Khmer is spoken by roughly 15 million people around the world, almost exclusively in […]Read more "Cambodian/Khmer: Joom-reap leah!"
Note: To view certain portions of this page, you will have to install the Khmer script on your computer. Click here to download it (Windows XP only). C?rabsYr!!!! That was what I wanted to write above instead of “Chum reab suor.” But if you guessed it meant “hello” then you still get points. Anyway, we […]Read more "Cambodian/Khmer: Chum reab suor!"