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Dictionaries for Thai learning

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Re: Dictionaries for Thai learning

Postby claude06thailand » Tue Nov 29, 2011 3:40 am

Thai LEXITRON is free for download
Thai2English.com is an excellent online dictionary
DICTIONARY on this site is quite good
Have a look at RESOURCES on this site
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Re: Dictionaries for Thai learning

Postby John » Tue Nov 29, 2011 4:45 am

I use this site, Thai2Engish and the Thai-English dictionary by Paiboon publishing.

This site is the most versatile, but Thai2English has a bigger vocabulary. I like the Paiboon dictionary because it gives a listing of words when you enter the first letters. It also has various fonts, sound clips and classifiers.

I usually have all three resources open when I study.
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Re: Dictionaries for Thai learning

Postby David and Bui » Tue Nov 29, 2011 2:41 pm

John,

If you use the "Dictionary" tab at the top of the page on this site, you will see that it also uses a "predictive" mode, like Paiboon or Google. That is, it will give you a suggested listing of words based on the first consonants, vowels, and diacritics that you type.

Thai spelling is difficult for many of us and it sometimes helps to be able to look up parts of a word. To have the broadest reach possible, go to "site settings" under FAQ in the left hand column of this website, scroll down to "Search" and under "Thai Search Mode" and "English Search Mode", choose "Contains" and "Contains Text*" respectively from the scroll boxes. Click on "Save Changes" located on the lower right hand side of that section.

John wrote:I use this site, Thai2Engish and the Thai-English dictionary by Paiboon publishing.

This site is the most versatile, but Thai2English has a bigger vocabulary. I like the Paiboon dictionary because it gives a listing of words when you enter the first letters. It also has various fonts, sound clips and classifiers.

I usually have all three resources open when I study.
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Re: Dictionaries for Thai learning

Postby John » Thu Dec 01, 2011 2:26 am

David,

Thanks, I had not expored this area of the site. I normally just use the "Lookup" box.

John

If you use the "Dictionary" tab at the top of the page on this site, you will see that it also uses a "predictive" mode, like Paiboon or Google. That is, it will give you a suggested listing of words based on the first consonants, vowels, and diacritics that you type.
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