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1. learning | 23 Feb 2010
» The grammar police caught US President Barack Obama improperly using the two English pronouns "I" and "me" in public speeches. Since his election, the president has been bluntly criticised by grammarian bloggers for usin...
2. learning | 26 Dec 2012
» First Lady Michelle Obama spent about 40 minutes on Christmas Eve with the NORAD team answering chidren's questions about Santa's current location.
3. news | 14 May 2013
» WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama tried to swat down a pair of brewing controversies Monday (US time).
4. learning | 26 Oct 2012
Understanding real English
» Practice your listenng with this short excerpt from the second presidential debate when President Obama criticises Governor Romney's tax plans.
5. learning | 19 Nov 2012
About international relations
» Lasting only a few hours, US president Obama's short trip to Burma was the first for a US president & rich in meaning for the Burmese.
6. learning | 19 Nov 2012
President Obama's visit
» President Obama’s public appearances made for some great photographs yesterday, but behind closed doors, serious business was also discussed.
7. news | 18 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: News
» His Majesty the King yesterday sent a condolence message to US President Barack Obama over the deadly bombings at the Boston Marathon.
8. multimedia | 16 May 2013
» Obama says acting IRS head resigns after agency controversy as he vowed to make sure it will never happen again. Deborah Lutterbeck reports. - REUTERS
9. learning | 15 Nov 2012
Easy English news
» Visiting presidents get no time off for jet lag, it seems. President Obama's workday begins as soon as he gets off the plane at Don Mueang. Meanwhile, preparations continue for his visit.
10. news | 13 Apr 2013
» WASHINGTON - The mother of a six-year-old killed in a massacre at a Connecticut elementary school replaced President Barack Obama in his weekly radio address to press for tougher gun laws.