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Les Éthai Du Vietnam

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The Thai spoken in Vietnam comprises a large number of dialects and uses several systems of writing which can be classified into three sets: (I) the Black Tay, the White Tay and the Tay Dèng: (2) the Tay Yo and (3) the Lai Pao. Their common origin allows an historical and comparative study which sets up the correspondence between the written symbols with the phonemes of proto-Thai, the only way to understand the development of these writing systems and the connections between the written forms and their sounds. The loans and the phonetic changes have led to the invention, the deletion and the transfer of the phonetic values for these graphie symbols.


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