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Consonants table

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The Thai language has 44 consonants, but 2 of them are no longer used at all. Are presented here that the 42 consonants used. The consonants are divided into three distinct classes: consonants medium, low and high. We study further the properties of each class but know that each class determines a range of tone.

K

KH

KH

KH

NG

DJ

TCH

TCH

S

TCH

Y

D

T

TH

TH

TH

N

D

T

TH

TH

TH

N

B

P

PH

F

PH

F

PH

M

Y

R

L

W

S

S

S

H

L

*

L

 

The consonants in black are low consonants.

The consonants in red are medium consonants.

The consonants in blue are high consonants.

Consonants kh, ph, th are the consonants k, p, t, but strongly pronounced expired.

The h is pronounced strongly expired.

* Is not pronounced, it only serves to express vowel.

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