amhoanna wrote:Welcome back. I began learning Teochew recently, the Tiô'iôⁿ style. I've been going over the sound system of Teochew, Hokkien, and Haklau (海陸豐) to see what needs to be done to set up a system of kana (in the style of hiragana) for Hoklo.
I've happily noticed a bit of Teochew around in your posts, it's something I would like to have a go at properly soon. I am off to Thailand next week, and will try to track down the Textbook of Thai Teochew I couldn;t get hold of last time. Which is the sort closest to what is spoken in Thailand?