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Languages and dialects spoken in Thailand

Found 25 language names

This list shows the primary names of the languages and dialects.

This list shows only languages and dialects with audio or video materials available.

This list shows only languages indigenous to this location.

Akha: Thailand Recorded language

Bru, Western: Dong Luang [Mukdahan, Dong Luang] Recorded language

Karen, Pwo: Hod [Thailand] Recorded language

Karen, Pwo Prae [Thailand] Recorded language

Khamu: Thailand Recorded language

Khmer, Thailand Recorded language

Lao Song Dam [Thailand] Recorded language

Lawa: Ban Dong [Thailand] Recorded language

Lawa: Ban Sam [Thailand] Recorded language

Lawa: Kawng Lawi [Thailand] Recorded language

Lawa: La-oop [Thailand] Recorded language

Lawa, Northern [Chiang Mai, Samoeng Nuea] Recorded language

Lawa: Papae [Thailand] Recorded language

Malay, Pattani [Thailand] Recorded language

Phai: Central [Thailand] Recorded language

Phai: Southern [Thailand] Recorded language

Phu Thai [Thailand] Recorded language

Phu Thai: Na Kae [Thailand] Recorded language

Thai: Central [Mae Hong Son] Recorded language

Thai Lu [Thailand] Recorded language

Thai, Northeastern [Thailand, Eastern] Recorded language

Thai, Northern [Thailand] Recorded language

Thai, Southern [Thailand] Recorded language

Tin: Eastern [Thailand] Recorded language

Urak Lawoi [Thailand] Recorded language

News about Thailand

Jon Rulison: Jon coordinates the training of those involved in recording operations.

GRN Thailand Newsletter June 2015: (1606Kb) Children respond to the Look, Listen & Live picture books in YOY VILLAGE ... LLL series 1-8 in BLACK LAHU ready for distribution ... News of UGONG, two dialects in PHU THAI and YONG ... HMONG students enjoy Good News recordings ... Visit to Karen Sgaw of SopLaan village in Amphur Samoeng ... Presentations, Editing, Celebrations and Meetings!!

GRN Thailand Newsletter October 2014: (1432Kb) Good news about recording in Nyah Kur, Lamet, Black Lahu, Karen Sgaw, Maniq, Mpi and Moken languages ... the Phu-Thai, Yoy and So Thavung peoples ... Ugong and Lao Song ... Akha and Akeu ... Anniversary celebrations ... GRN staff news

Motorbike Gospel Team - GRN Thailand: Reaching the unreachable - the unique ministry of GRN Thailand's Motorbike Gospel Team (MGT)

Children's Ministry: Thailand and Cambodia: Joel shares on how he has used GRN audio recordings ministering to children with YWAM in Thailand and Cambodia.

Don't speak Akha? Our recordings do!: A Christian living in Thailand shares her first experience using GRN materials.

Thailand: That Little Box Speaks My Language: Feedback from Thailand on the Saber player

"Good News" Audio-Visual Recording for Thai Children: A "Good News" recording with animated pictures for Thai children is currently underway.

Reaching the Karen Sgaw Across Borders: A new version of the Good News recording in the Karen Sgaw language has been completed for the Karen Sgaw people, totaling over one million, who live on both sides of the Thailand-Burma border.

"Sounds of Language Foundation" Thailand, Prayer and News: Quarterly prayer and newsletter from Sounds of Language Foundation (GRN Thailand)

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