A syllable is the part of the phonemes that contain A single vowel that has or been meaningless. One syllable has a compound as follows:
1. Consonants + Vowels + Tonal syllables of this type are called 3 parts mixes, for example, "ตา (Taa), ดี (Dee), ไป (Pai)
2. Consonants + Vowels + Tonal + Spelling, for example, "คน (Kon), กิน (Gin), ข้าว (Khao) " or Consonants + Vowels + Tonal + Orthography, for example, เล์ห์ (Lay), โล่ห์ (Lo) these two types of syllables are called 4-part mixes.
3. Consonants + Vowels + Tonal + Spelling + Orthography, for example, แพทย์ (Phaed), รักษ์(Rug) , สิทธิ์ (Sit) this kind of syllable is called 5-part mixes.
As follows, you can see that Each syllable There must be at least three compound components: consonants, vowels, and tonal. There must be a mixture of five components: consonants, vowels, tonal and orthography.