The final regular consonant should look familiar. It's อ. Somewhat paradoxically
อ can function both as a vowel
(as we've seen) and a consonant. As a consonant it's mid class and is pronounced as a glottal stop.
It's used for words that start with a vowel sound such as อาย (meaning "shy"),
which is pronounced /aay/ (or /ʔaay/ if you write the glottal stop),
or อัน (a classifier meaning "piece"), which is pronounced /an/
(/ʔan/ if you write the glottal stop). How do you think ออ is pronounced, or อวย? The answers are
included in the game.
อวย\/uay/\pot with handles\1^
อวน\/uan/\seine, a kind of fishing net\1^
And now for two more vowels, ◌ู and ◌ุ.
Both are written below the consonant to which they relate. So, for example,
ดู (meaning "to see") is read in the order ด-◌ู and is pronounced /duu/.
Similarly หุง ("to cook") is read in the order ห-◌ุ-ง and is pronounced /hǔŋ/.