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Is there a simple way of learning where written words finish and start in Thai?

I still have many things to learn about the Thai alphabet, it would help me if I knew when a word finishes or starts.

Is there an easy way for me to know where words finish and start? Or somewhere I can read about it on the Internet? Thanks!

For learning: Thai
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    I think Thai words have the same structure as other languages. It is consonant+vowel + and/or final consonant. You may start with learning from Thai alphabets first if you want to read Thai correctly. Try to learn and remember the consonants and vowels then you may have basic knowledge to read basic sentence structures and pronounce in the correct way /Good Luck.

    I think most of Thai words is hard to know when its start or end.
    But you can know when is the sentence start most of them start with an object.
    such as 'chan(I)' or 'tur(you)' .

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