Lao Language Lessons

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Update – 1/11/2013

Day 0 – zero words 😦


Update – 2/11/2013

Day 1 – 2 words!


Update – 11/11/2013

Day 10 – approximately 20 words/phrases


Update – 10/12/2013

I can read Lao! All 33 consonants, 28 vowels, 10 alternate vowels, 8 final consonants, 4 tonal marks and 1 consonant cluster


Update – 14/12/2013

I now know at least 1oo words and my next goal is to buy and read a Lao kid’s book


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