How Well Do You Know Lao Vocabulary?

Answer 60 questions and find out how well you know your Lao vocabulary.

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Why take our Lao Vocabulary Quiz?

Lao, also known as Laotian, is spoken by 3 million people in Laos and in the northeastern part of Thailand. Lao is very closely related to Thai, and speakers of Lao can usually understand Thai, which means you get two languages for the effort of learning one!

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Below is another language that is related to Lao in that it also belongs to the Tai-Kadai language family:

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With the arrival of the French in the 1870s, Laos became part of French Indo-China, along with Cambodia and Vietnam, until they achieved independence in 1953. Coffee is still the biggest export of Laos, a legacy of the French colonial plantations.

Laos is a Buddhist country, and the majority of the Lao people are Buddhists. This is reflected in their language and culture, where physical greetings, public displays of affection, aggressive hand gestures, and shouting are all considered impolite.

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