As several consonants have the same sound, it
is not enough to simply say A or B, when a consonant is called
individually. We have to speak the consonant sound together
with a sound like "a:w" and a example word in which
the letter appears.
Listen to the consonants 1-6:
A noticeable difference can possibly hear at
the First. That is why we say the example word to clarify
which "k" is meant.
The mnemonic that is listed in the details at
every consonant eases the memorization of the order, if you
want to recite the "Thail ABC". Although this is
needed not every day in later life, but it is a convenient
tool for learning. Just as we had to recite the alphabet in
elementary school, children also learn the order of the consonants
in Thailand. Of these key sentences are several known, is
our only one of them, no better and no worse than others.
Summing up the consonants, resulting in the
same sound, only 28 different sounds are remaining. Without
distinction of "hard" and "soft" version
of an otherwise identical sound, it would be even less.