Cambodian Language

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The Cambodian or Khmer language (in Cambodian, αž—αžΆαžŸαžΆαžαŸ’αž˜αŸ‚αžš /pʰāsākΚ°mΓ¦r/) is one of the main Austro-Asian languages. Sanskrit and Pali have considerable influence on the language through Buddhism and Hinduism. As a result of its geographical proximity, the Cambodian in turn influenced Thai and Lao, and vice versa.

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  1. Introduction
  2. Writing System
  3. Grammar
  4. Conversation
  5. Vocabulary
  6. Reading