Thai as well as Chinese, is a word with a "tone change".
There are roughly divided into five tones, but a mistake in this tone, there may become a completely different meaning, you must be careful.
Also it will be referred to around the character the words of tone (Reading) in the Thai language.
This is what is referred to as a tone marks, or to pronounce raise the endings when emitted in voice, shows how to pronounce down.
New line position error
In general, when you translate the Japanese into a foreign language, you tend to sentence becomes longer.
By replacing the "hiragana" to "Kanji" in Japanese, a sentence (or word) of you can shorten the length of itself, but it does not go so in a language that does not have a multiple of notation.
From Japanese to Thai translation is also similar, is often the length of the translation becomes longer than the original.
In this case, it may if you separate them the sentence in an appropriate place, but in the case of Thai no less likely to cause accidental "position to break".
Thai also is just as common to punctuate every word with the English and French, but it does not put a space between the words.
In addition, for each one of the characters, such as Japanese and Chinese are not independent (character = vowel + consonant + tone marks), there is a risk that destroy the character and wrong position.
It may be hard to understand at first glance, but you have to meaningless sentences for native.
Buddha history notation
As "the Japanese calendar (Heisei, Showa)" is used in Japan, has been widely used is "Buddha history" than "year" in Thailand.
Because of the large numbers compared to the "year", not a will at first glance a little surprised mistake.
"Buddha history" will be the number obtained by adding 543 years to the "AD".
Thailand character representation of numbers
So that there is to use the "Chinese numeral" in Japanese, you might want to express the numbers in the "sham character" in Thai.
When being used in the middle of the document, it appears to have gone missing at first glance numbers, but not a mistake.
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