Thai contains characters for the Thai, Lanna Tai, and Pali languages. It does not employ an alphabet-based system but is a so-called abugida. In other words, the Thai script shares the features of an alphabet and a syllabary. The 44 characters for consonants of the Thai written language are read from left to right. Thai does not differentiate between uppercase and lowercase letters and, in general, does not use spaces between words. Individual words are written in a non-stop sequence but with spaces inserted between sentences.
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