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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tcris52 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 Apr 10 at 11:10
Originally posted by Alannah Alannah wrote:

Hi
I would b every interested in your English to Lao Dictionary could you email me when it is ready and where I will be able to find it, if it is only going to be on the net could you send me a copy in a Zip file please
I am Australian and I would love to teach English in Lao I would love to do this free of charge
So if you can aid me by having a dictionary English to Lao I would love a copy
Alannah
My Dads email is 
fcinglis@bigpond.net.au
Alannah,

If you get pushed for info, Paiboon Books, publishers of "Thai for Beginners", in addition to a lot of other SE Asian language books, has a Lao-English/English-Lao Dictionary; the book "Lao for Beginners"; in addition to "Speak Like a Thai-Northeastern Dialect" CD. If you're inThailand, you can get them at a lot of bookstores or through Paknambooks.com. Outside of Thailand, use buythaibooks.com. I would also guess that Amazon, Asia Books, Barnes & Noble, etc. can order them.

I have no connection with anybody mentioned. I just feel that Paiboon does a pretty good job of language training material.

Tony
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At last, I’ve managed to compile Lao-Japanese-English dictionary.

You can use the dictionary freely, especially for Khonkan Discussion Forum members.


How to use:

(1) Retrieve Lao-Japanese-English Dictionary by clicking the address below.
(2) Ctrl+F opens search window.
(3) Input word for search either Lao or Japanese or English.

(4) Click search button.

Lao-Japanese-English Dictionary compiled by srachai.
http://srachai.web.fc2.com/laodic/lao-jap-eng2_dic.xls

note:

Lao font is required to see Lao scripts on your PC.
Download saysettha_ot.ttf and then copy it to c:\windows\font on your PC.
Lao Font can be obtained from the following site.
http://srachai.web.fc2.com/laodic/saysettha_ot.ttf


Good luck!


srachai from khonkaen, Thailand
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