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ThaiPod101.com
Friday at 6:30 pm
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Heads, shoulders, knees and toes... Having studied this lesson, you're now hopefully able to sing that old song in Thai! Without looking back at the lesson, try seeing how many body parts you can name in Thai. :)

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ThaiPod101.com
Monday at 11:47 pm
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Hello Kevin,


Thanks again for your comment. For your question, in the word นิ้วมือ when spelling spelling finger phonetically should be "níw-muue". It spelling with " ิ i " vowel and end with "ว waaw-wǎaen" consonant. Hope that help.

Please let us know if you have any future questions. I will be so glad to help.


Have a good day.


Parisa

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Vince
Thursday at 10:41 am
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Laura - in this lesson you introduce นิ้วมือ or finger - when spelling spelling finger phonetically is ีว a vowel? Possibly _iu? Explaining why finger is spelled: niu-muue?

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Friday at 1:44 pm
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Hi Kevin,


Thank you for your comment and suggestion.

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Let us know if you have questions regarding any of our lessons.


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Laura

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Kevin
Thursday at 6:30 pm
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Why are the annotations in the video so small? it is difficult to determine garan, and tone marks - make them larger please.