In first, study from 1 to 10.|
Next, from 11 to 20
Two number, 11 and 20 only are changed in special.
If the last number is 1 over ten, the last 1 is pronounced "et".
20 is pronounced "zee-sib" specially, but other numbers are pronounced according to rule.
The number over 100 are changed on rule.
The rule is " the first number plus the word of place.
The thousand is "pun".
Other places are as follows.
In Thai, the "lahn (million) " is the most big place.
Over million, usually combined two places same as English.
1,0000,000 = sib-lahn
10,0000,000 = roy-lahn
So, check some number as follows,
125 Baht = neung- roy-zee-sib-hah Baht
3,500 Baht = sahm-pun-hah-roy Baht
12,531 Baht = neung-moon-saung-pun-hah-roy-sahm-sib-et Baht
How about ?
It is easy ? ^)^....
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