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Anyone who can speak thai please help?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by godmonkee, Sep 1, 2009.

  1. godmonkee

    godmonkee Regular Member

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    Hi I just received this and I am on a challenge and I would like to know what it means can anyone please help.

    tee nee mee kai pud pa sa angkid mai

    Thanks

    oh and how could you reply if you could reply
     
  2. omgreally

    omgreally Guest

    Try reverse transcription: http://www.thai-language.com/default.aspx
     
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  3. everton

    everton Newbie

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    It means "Anyone here speak English?"
     
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    godmonkee Regular Member

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    Thank you both so much that really helped.

    Best of luck
    Godmonkee
     
  5. BozoClown

    BozoClown Junior Member

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    Anyone checked out the thai alphabet? They have like a billion types of Ws, must be hell for dyslexic thai people.
     
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    nung song sam see ha hook jet bad gau sip

    sook san wan christmas ( I thought I would get that one in early)

    The Thai language is a tonal language whereby you have to rise and lower your voice.


    Also did you know it takes the average japanese person twelve years just to learn the 2000 kanji and how to read a book?
    Sometimes I wish I ws born another language the brain learns differently.
     
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