Khop khun maak khrap for the additions, 220.127.116.11, but could you also document the system of tones you are using? The romanizations you are using also appear to be a little non-standard, Wikitravel prefers RTGS (with long vowels marked). Jpatokal 22:12, 12 Feb 2005 (EST)
Excellent work! I was hoping somebody would do this. Please keep plunging forward, and just document your 'standard' both on the phrasebook page and Wikitravel:Romanization. Jpatokal 21:16, 4 Aug 2005 (EDT)
These appear to be locked. There is a minor point of English to correct in paragraph 2: 'There are dialects are spoken ...' Perhaps: different dialects are spoken in the distinct regions ...
--Stevebkk (talk) 18:48, 13 June 2013 (EDT)
I'm a Thai and speak Thai as the main language. I've translated some of them and fixed some transliteration. Also, I fixed something to fit Thai culture. Thank you for your translation, they're 90%+ correct. That's cool if you aren't a Thai. Excellent for you all --Wap 07:03, 13 Oct 2005 (EDT)
Thank you for your help! Please help us fix more, we want to be 100% correct. =) Jpatokal 07:27, 13 Oct 2005 (EDT)
It's been a year now and I think this stuff is becoming rather less useful for the average traveller -- I'll archive it here for posterity until somebody figures out something better to do. Jpatokal 23:43, 22 Jan 2006 (EST)
I think some of those links are genuinely useful (eg. Lexitron), but I agree that most of them are dross. I think we should just list down the criteria for all phrasebooks and pare 'em with a heavy hand. Jpatokal 02:22, 24 November 2006 (EST)
I note in the Thai phrasebook pages, that "G" and "K" are both supposedly pronounced as "K". This is not what Thai people have told me to be correct, and that in fact, both letters are pronounced the same as in English. In Thai the words for "egg"and "chicken" are "ไข่" (kai) and "ไก่" (gai) respectively. So pronouncing them both "kai" would make it difficult to know whether the chicken or the egg came first, so to speak!
Would it be possible for you to put this question to your excellent contributor to the phrasebook section, as I would like to know their point of view? There may be something I can learn here. —The preceding comment was added as requested by Avemario (talk • contribs)