taabarang wrote:Thanks for the feedback epidemics. Are you bilingual by any chance?
nah, beginner - struggling with reading on the grade 3 school book.
Jamie_Lambo wrote:epidemiks wrote:Jamie_Lambo wrote:might try these out
its a pity we dont have audio clips on here
chhap is obvious - ឆាប់...but Chrawlaut ive tried looking for but cant find the khmer spelling to know the correct pronunciation
Chrawlaut is how I'd write it englishly, but yeah it's always hard to tell other people's versions of transliteration/pronunciation.
ahh got it although the L is the other consonant apparently
to be quick, fast; prompt; early, short (of time).
to be enraged, be angry to the point of wanting to commit violence
i couldnt find the chrawlaut because i was putting too many vowels on the first constonant, id spell it just Chralaot, but then again ive not heard it spoken ill ask a friend later
ah yeah. I checked with the wife and she says she's always spelled it with ល rather than ឡ. She blames the change the decline of the language since Choun Nath died, though his dictionary has ឡ