it is fascinating to see the native language on these signs as it looks like artwork. my handwriting is bad enough in English. I couldbt imagine trying to write some of those characters and be understood.Sean at His and Her Hobbies
Thai looks super confusing if you're not used to it. Beautiful, though. We're going to try to learn the language. :)
Going to keep up with this one :) A free trip through the East. Is Thai read right to left or left to right?
Forgot. Currently 957 on the list.
It is left to right, same as English, but with no spaces between words. Youwouldknowwordbreaksbasedoncontext. Also, each character has only ONE sound. That means lots of characters (44 consonants, 15 vowels) but no questioning the sound! Read, produce, refuse, live, wind, lead... Wednesday, colleagues, knead, island... :)
Wow. I would love to go somewhere like this! I would love to study different cultures!Good luck with the a-z challengehttp://myfightinside.blogspot.com/
Do it! Learning about different cultures helps you gain a healthier perspective on your own. You end up learning more than you expected!
Hi there!I’m stopping by during the A to Z Challenge. I enjoyed stopping by and hope you get the chance to check out my blog sometime during this month. I’m a children’s book author and I’m reviewing different books. Good luck with the challenge!Take care,Donna L Martinwww.donnalmartin.comauthor THE STORY CATCHERcoauthor CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL: ANGELS AMONG
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