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  1. 91. learning | 13 Jun 2014

    Brazil wins amid controversy: Read about it in English

    World Cup English

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Learners: You know what happened from your own language. Now read about how the action was described in English. We'll give you lots of help. Update: Japanese referee creates controversy.

  2. 92. learning | 11 Jun 2014

    World Cup English: The pre-match story

    World Cup English

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » The pre-match story from "World Cup English". Who's fit? Who's not? What do the managers, players and experts have to say about the coming match? You'll have 64 matches to use what you learn in this lesson

  3. 93. learning | 27 Feb 2014

    Chitpas explains

    Interview

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » An English-language (British English) video interview with well-known anti-government leader Chitpas Kridakorn, formerly Chitpas Bhirombhakdi. (Includes text)

  4. 94. learning | 16 Nov 2013

    Not a "mob" (updated)

    Easy English news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » “Mob” (ม็อบ) in the Thai sense is often not the same as “mob” in the English sense. In fact, the ม็อบ we have seen on the streets of Bangkok would not be called mobs in English unless they turn violent. (Update: There ha...

  5. 95. learning | 07 Sep 2013

    Learn Thai: Thai mob (ม็อบ), English rally

    Learning Thai (or English) from Post Today

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » One word you will rarely, if ever, see in the Bangkok Post’s coverage of the rubber price controversy is “mob”. People who gather for a protest are not a mob in the English sense, unless they become violent and out of co...

  6. 96. learning | 04 Jul 2013

    Learn Thai/English

    Learning Thai from Post Today

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Read and listen to a story about Chinese tennis star Li Na at Wimbledon in both Thai and English.

  7. 97. learning | 05 May 2013

    Bookbox: Easy stories with subtitles

    Easy reading website

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Bookbox is a high quality website featuring animated and rather easy stories. Each story has English subtitles to make them super-easy to follow and you often have a choice of British or American English.

  8. 98. learning | 23 Feb 2013

    I shouldn’t have done it.

    Learning English verb forms

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » English learners have little difficulty using the basic English modal auxiliaries like can, should, might, etc. , but things get more complicated when talking about past situations.

  9. 99. learning | 07 Jan 2013

    No more English classes?

    Easy English news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » A hand-held universal translator could make conversations with speakers of other languages much easier. Don't throw away your English language materials just yet, however.

  10. 100. learning | 10 Dec 2012

    Brushing ‘Up’ your English

    Learning from movies

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » A fun English lesson based on a scene from Pixar’s animated movie ‘Up’.

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