Thai-English / English-Thai Dictionary & Phrasebook

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Hippocrene Books, 1999 - Foreign Language Study - 197 pages
This book provides basic grammar and the vocabulary and phrases essential to any traveller. All Thai words are spelled in the English alphabet, thus making it an easy reference for people unfamiliar with Thai script.

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Contents

I
7
II
11
III
15
IV
31
V
67
VI
131
VIII
132
IX
133
XXX
153
XXXI
154
XXXII
155
XXXIII
156
XXXIV
158
XXXV
159
XXXVI
160
XXXVII
168

X
134
XII
135
XIII
136
XV
137
XVI
138
XVII
139
XIX
140
XX
141
XXII
143
XXIII
144
XXIV
145
XXVI
147
XXVII
149
XXVIII
150
XXIX
152
XXXVIII
169
XXXIX
170
XL
172
XLI
175
XLII
176
XLIII
177
XLIV
179
XLV
181
XLVI
184
XLVII
187
XLIX
188
L
190
LI
195
LII
196
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About the author (1999)

James Higbie holds a BA in Biology from Denison University and an MA in ESL teaching from the University of Hawaii. He served in the Peace Corps in Sierra Leone and has worked in education projects in Thailand, Laos, Sudan, and Kenya. Previous publications include Thai Reference Grammar, Essential Thai, Let's Speak Thai, Let's Speak Lao, and Lao-English/English- Lao Dictionary and Phrasebook, which is published by Hippocrene Books.

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