what is " ั" in English?  I realize It's hard to see ><; อั<- the swirly thing above this thing Dx
Jun 20, 2010 7:55 PM
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it's ะ with final consonant --> ก + ะ + น you will get กัน (gun)
June 21, 2010
It indicates the syllable is short! It's also written as " ะ " at the end of a word - it's tucked on top of the syllable if it's not the final syllable. The opposite is " า " (not the "ว/w" character; that has a loop), meaning the syllable is long.
June 21, 2010
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