Aug Sorn Hun Aug Sorn Hun are consonants that convert from "ะ" to consonants that are shaped like spelling But acts instead of -ัน (Aun) and must be placed in front of the same spelling picture, so-called "Aug Sorn Hun". This style can be found in ancient books, as in the example กกก = กัก (Gug) ขงง= ขัง (Khung) มนน= มัน (Mun) จดด= จัด (Jud) พบบ= พับ (Phub) ธมม = ธัม (Thum)
But nowadays, only the popular "รร (Ror Hun)" It has the following characteristics ธรรม (Thum) กรรม (Gum) สรร (Sun)
How to use vowels There are 5 ways to use vowels in summary.
1. Stable form Meaning that the form must be clearly written such as กะบะ (Ga Ba), กะปิ (Ga Pi) 2. Reduce form Meaning that you don't have to write vowels to appear or appear only partially But must pronounce to match the reduced vowel form, there are 2 types as follows 2.2 Reduce all น (Nor)+ โ-ะ (oh,o)+ ก (Gor) = นก (Nog) ม (Mor)+ โ-ะ (oh,o)+ ด (Dor) = มด (Mod) ก (Gor)+ -อ (aw, or)+ ร (Ror)= กร (Gorn) จ (Jor)+ -อ (aw, or) + ร (Ror) = จร (Jorn) 2.3 Partially reduced Meaning that the vowel cannot be completely reduced. Leaving only some parts of the form full enough as a mark to notice that it is not the same as other forms as follows ก (Gor) + เ-อ (er,oe) + ย (Yor) = เกย (Goey) ก (Gor) + -ัว (aw, or) + น (Nor) = กวน (Gawn) 3. Transform Meaning that to convert the o…