This page is for Thai reclists explanations in English.
If you want to see pronunciation tutorial, here is the video:For more explanation document (.pdf) click HERE (cr. Aura Autumnus)
Which Thai reclist should I use? Edit
We have 3 Thai reclists that we'd recommend:
- Thai VCCV download (reclist by PRINTmov)
- Thai CVVC download (reclist by fEriNa)
- Thai CVVC 2017 download (fEriNa's reclist, edited by PRINTmov)
It's up to you to choose whether you will record CVVC, CVVC 2017 or VCCV, they share the same sound symbols.
Although, you won't be able to find "Thai CVVC 2017" USTs yet, because not many people record it.
Starting Consonants Edit
- ch - This is English's sh.
- g - This is English's ng ending consonants, but this is starting consonants.
- j - This is English's j but very short, just like a ch but voiced.
- k - This is English's g.
- kh - This is English's k.
- p - This is short p.
- ph - This is English's p.
- r - Similar to Spanish's rr or r.
- t - This is short t. Similar to Chinese's d.
- th - This is English's t.
- a - Japanese a
- i - Japanese i
- u - English o
- e - Japanese e
- o - Japanese o
- @ - English @
- Q - English 9
- 3 - Chinese e
- 6 - 1 + a or 1 + 3
- 1 - Korean eu
- ia - i + a
- ua - u + a
- I - Similar to English's I but faster.
- 8 - Similar to English's 8 but faster.
(English symbols according to PaintedCz's English reclists)
Ending Consonants Edit
The ending consonants in Thai we don't pronounce its sound, just cut the sounds' ending, except the words that come from English language.
- ch (for English words)
- f (for English words)
- g - English's ng
- l (for English words)
- s (for English words)