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Great! The order of the cards are very nice since it starts with the most common and easy words and then goes from there. I also like that multiple english translations are written on the same card when the thai word can mean different things based on context. The only problem I have is that in the audio, the female speaker sometimes speaks like she pronounce the ร as starting with a weak d-sound, which is very strange because this is something I've never heard in my 6 months in Thailand. If anything, the ร is pronounced as a l-sound, but never with a d-sound in my experience. Also, the ข lacks the sharp k-sound and sounds more like a ช sometimes (i.e. audio for เขียน). But these are minor issues, it's the best deck I've found to learn thai with Anki.
Presents words in a very logical order, and sound quality is really good.