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Minor pauses in sentences may be marked by a comma (Thai: , nakha likhit), but not square brackets or braces.

There are 44 consonant letters representing 21 distinct consonant sounds.

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In most Brahmic scripts such as Devanagari, Khmer or Mon script; successive consonants lacking a vowel in between them may physically join together as a conjunct or ligature.

However Thai (and the related Lao script) is unique in how it does not have a system of conjunct letters or subscript consonants.

Consonants are divided into three classes — in alphabetic order these are middle (, tam) class — as shown in the table below.

These class designations reflect phonetic qualities of the sounds to which the letters originally corresponded in Old Thai.

Although official standards for romanisation are the Royal Thai General System of Transcription (RTGS) defined by the Royal Thai Institute, and the almost identical defined by the International Organization for Standardization, many publications use different romanisation systems.

In daily practice, a bewildering variety of romanisations are used, making it difficult to know how to pronounce a word, or to judge if two words (e.g. For more precise information, an equivalent from the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is given as well.

Note how the conventional alphabetic order shown in the table above follows roughly the table below, reading the coloured blocks from right to left and top to bottom.

Pronunciation of Thai characters in initial position Although the overall 44 Thai consonants provide 21 sounds in case of initials, the case for finals is different.

Differing interpretations of the two marks or their absence allow low class consonants to spell tones not allowed for the corresponding high class consonant.

In the case of digraphs where a low class follows a higher class consonant, the higher class rules apply, but the marker, if used, goes over the low class one; accordingly, To aid learning, each consonant is traditionally associated with an acrophonic Thai word that either starts with the same sound, or features it prominently.

Many consonants are pronounced differently at the beginning and at the end of a syllable.

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