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the only problem with it, is that the Thai characters will not magnify on my kindle so, I am having to look through the magnifying glass to read the character this is annoying. With stunning new design and layout and the most up to date travel information, the market s most indispensable phrasebook has been reinvented, and is better than ever Gem Thai will give you the right word at the right time every time In all of the most common travel situations, you need the reassurance that you can communicate with ease A reliable, portable and easy to use phrasebook is a travel essential, and now with the completely re designed Collins Gem Thai, the right word will always be at your fingertipsWith a whole new look inside and out that includes a new cover and easy to navigate layout, it is now simpler than ever to use the Thai language effectively and with confidence This indispensable language guide covers the topics and phrases that crop up everyday on holiday, from finding a hotel to choosing wine Includes Fully updated travel information Travel tipsword dictionary Comprehensive menu decoder Grammar and pronunciation sections Face to face sections With the help of Gem Thai you will never be lost for words again fab Very informative. Bought this to be able to communicate in Thailand Useful as far as it goes but found the dictionary part too limited to enable conversation. Can t go wrong with Collins Took ages to arrive though At least a week or something I have to write three words. A great introduction to a very difficult language. I have to use the search facility on the kindle home screen and search for thai for this book to appearbefore I can access it I have searched for a couple of words, and they haven t been in the dictionary So not a good book overall. My main complaint is that there is an established system of marking the tones in Thai, but this book doesn t use it It also inserts R s when the proper pronunciation doesn t call for an R, such as the first one in korb kun krap or ka for thank you The phrases provided are comprehensive, so credit due for that, but I wish the pronunciation system had conformed.