Burmese Typing

Most PC users need to type text on daily bases for various purposes. Mostly these text typing are in English or users' own native languages. But nowadays, most users do need text typing in foreign languages every now and then. If you are a PC user and need to type text in the Burmese language then our specially designed online text typing tool given on this may help you type text very quickly and easily.

Burmese Typing

Note

Click on the virama  (diacritic in the center) to delete the inherent vowel a.



Instructions

To type directly with the computer keyboard:

  • Use the capital to type letters subscribed with a dot below: T, Th, D, Dh, N, R, Rh, L
  • Type aa, ii, uu (or I, U) for the long vowels ā, ī, ū
  • Type M for the anusvara 
  • Type H for the visarga 

Description

As a PC user, you have to perform various tasks on your PC. But for almost every task you have to type any text piece using the keyboard to give input commands to your PC. You mostly put your textual commands in English or your native language. But sometime you may have to type text in any other language. If this is the case with you and Burmese is the language in which you have to type text, then the online tool given above is especially for you.

This text typing tool gets into Burmese text typing instantly and you can type unlimited words. It is very easy to use and typing instructions along with corresponding keys are also described above.

Burmese Language

It is a Sino-Tibetan language. It is the official, national and native language of Myanmar. Myanmar is also named as Burma and speakers of this language are called Burmans. This language is mainly spoken in Burma but also has speakers in Chittagong Bangladesh. It has around 35 million native and around 15 million L2 speakers. This language also has some Speakers in India in Tripura state.

Writing Script of Burmese Language

This language is written in the Mon-Burmese script with the Burmese alphabet.

Is Myanmar and Burma same?

Yes, Myanmar is also called as Burma. Both names are used for Myanmar, a country in Southeast Asia.

How many L2 Speakers of Burmese language?

The Burmese language is spoken by around 15 million people as their second language.

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