Thailand is a country in South-East Asia with a population of over 68 million , making it the 20th country in the world with a population of over 68 million people. The Thai family name system varies from most other nations, due to their tourism and agriculture. Their economy is also the 20th largest. In 1913, all Thai families had to have a surname, but each family had to choose another surname. This implies that there is an uncountable amount of Thai family names, however sadly for foreigners several Thai surnames are exceedingly long and almost difficult to pronounce without a few practice names. Moreover, Thai people seldom use their family name from what I hear, apparently it is possible for years to have a best friend without even knowing the name of the family. Thai people commonly often use a nickname rather than their first name because it is normally too formal to use their first name. Thai nicknames can be almost anything, from nouns and adjectives to other languages' names. I was told that.
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Thai is the largest language in Southeast Asia. It is spoken in more than forty countries of Southeast Asia and the United States. In Thailand, there are three official languages that are mainly spoken: Thai, Khmer and Lao. Each language has its own written form. Thai and Lao are official languages of Thailand while Khmer is an official language of Laos. While all three languages have their own script, Thai is written using Thai script, Khmer uses the Khmer script, and Lao uses the Lao script. All languages use some kind of writing system.
The modern Thai language was a 20th-century innovation. For centuries, many people in Siam, today Thailand, didn't have surnames. Instead, they identified themselves by identifying their parents by name or by referring to the place where they lived. They also had names for the places where they worked. The first recorded Thai king was Si Yong-no. He had the traditional Thai name of Rattanakosin.
Modern Thai is now a national language in Thailand. Because Thai has become a national language, its official name of Thai is a Thai language. In fact, the official title of the constitution, the Thai constitution, uses the name Thai. Because Thai is now a national language, it is widely used in Thailand. While most native Thai speakers use English to communicate, foreigners living in Thailand can use other language for business purposes, education and travel. English is commonly used in the cities of Bangkok, Pattaya and Chiang Mai, but there are many native Thai speakers who speak English. As for surnames in Thailand, one can find most surnames spelled out without the addition of letters.