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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, 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