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Hoonchamlong, Yuphaphann. Some Issues in Thai Anaphora : a Government and Binding Approach. PhD thesis, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 1991. cite. STATS (6)
Hoonchamlong, Yuphaphann. 1992. "Some Observations On Phoͅm and Dichaͅn : Male and Female 1st Person Pronouns in Thai." In Papers on Tai languages, linguistics, and literatures : in honor of William J. Gedney on his 77th birthday, edited by eds. Carol j. compton john f. hartmann. 186-204. Northern Illinois Univ., Center for Southeast Asian Studies. cite. STATS (3)
DJVU PDF Hoonchamlong, Yuphaphann, Sathaporn Koraksawet and Rugchanok Janevarakul. 2007. "Thai Language Audio Resource Center: Thai Speech Database and Application in Web-based Language Teaching." In SEALS XIII Papers from the 13th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 2003, edited by Iwasaki Shoichi et al.. Canberra, Australia, 79-92. Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University. cite. STATS (1)
Hoonchamlong, Yuphaphan. 2004. "A Karaoke Approach For Language Teaching: the Case of the 'Learning To Read Thai From Songs' Project." In Manusya: Journal of Humanities, 7: . cite. STATS
Hoonchamlong, Yuphaphann and Gwyn Williams. 1995. "Internet Resources For Tai Studies." In Proceedings of the International conference on Tai languages and cultures, Bangkok, 103-111. Thammasat Univ.. cite. STATS
DJVU PDF Williams, Gwyn and Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong. 1996. "Internet Resources For Southeast Asian Linguistics." In The Fourth International Symposium on Language and Linguistics, Thailand, 2086-2099. Institute of Language and Culture for Rural Development, Mahidol University. cite. STATS
Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong. 1984. "Tones in Pakse Lao: a Preliminary Analysis." In Acta linguistica Hafniensia : international journal of general linguistics, 233-9. cite. STATS
DJVU PDF Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong. 1992. "Some Observations On /phom/ and /dichan/: Male and Female First Person Pronouns in Thai." In Papers on Tai languages, Linguistics, and Literatures, edited by Carol J. Compton and John F. Hartmann. 186-204. Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Illinois University. cite. STATS