The Thai language is a tonal language, in that different tones
of voice will affect the meaning of a word dramatically. If you
were to say the word in a high tone, ie at the top end of your voice's
speaking register, the meaning could be entirely different to a
word with the same letters, spoken in a low tone of voice.
Altogether there are five tones: low, middle, high, rising and
falling. The tones are determined by a number of factors including
the presence of certain tone marks, the type of syllable and the
class of consonant at the start of the syllable. Even though the
rules seem very intricate at first, in "60 Minutes to Learn
the Thai Alphabet", you will be able to learn the rules in
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