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1. learning | 27 May 2011
Words in the news
» to make an ugly expression with your face to show pain, disgust, etc ทำหน้าตาบูดเบี้ยว,แหกหูแหกตา, ทำหน้าบูดบึ้ง
2. learning | 02 Nov 2010
Newspaper section: Mylife
» A woman in front of me has her eyes and mouth wide open as if she has just seen a ghost. "What caused that reaction?" I thought. In a second, my jaw drops and I, too, have an astonished expression.
3. learning | 06 Apr 2012
Words in the news
» behaving calmly and with control; the limit or control of something, such as the expression of strong emotion or opinion การอดกลั้น, การยับยั้ง,การหยุดยั้ง
4. learning | 17 Feb 2013
Learn English verb forms
» “If looks could kill,” is an expression people use to describe when someone has given them an unfriendly, unpleasant or angry look. Six men in this funny video clip would be dead if that were true. Explain, using the pas...
5. opinion | 03 May 2013
FREE PRESS DAY
Newspaper section: News
» Internet usage is increasing and allowing people more access to information and possibilities for expression in every country of Southeast Asia. Traditional media has not always played this role, often remaining controll...
6. learning | 02 Nov 2010
» The expression "kind of" literally means "type of" or "variety of", but because there are a few ways to use "kind of", it might cause confusion. The good news is that using "kind of" can be distinguished in three easy an...
7. news | 04 May 2013
PRESS FREEDOM DAY
» Media networks have issued a statement calling for greater press independence and freedom of expression.
8. news | 04 May 2013
» Some 200 leading writers appealed Friday to China to respect freedom of expression and free jailed authors, describing the country's strict censorship as a stain on a vibrant culture.
9. news | 24 May 2013
» Freedom of expression in Thailand continues to be curtailed, primarily through the lese majeste law and the 2007 Computer Crimes Act, Amnesty International says.
10. news | 31 Mar 2013
» Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef was released on bail on Sunday after nearly five hours of questioning over alleged insults to the president and religion, highlighting concerns over freedom of expression in post-revolt E...