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61. learning | 07 Sep 2013
Learning Thai (or English) from Post Today
» 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...
62. learning | 04 Jul 2013
Learning Thai from Post Today
» Read and listen to a story about Chinese tennis star Li Na at Wimbledon in both Thai and English.
63. learning | 05 May 2013
Easy reading website
» 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.
64. learning | 23 Feb 2013
Learning English verb forms
» 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.
65. learning | 07 Jan 2013
Easy English news
» 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.
66. learning | 10 Dec 2012
Learning from movies
» A fun English lesson based on a scene from Pixar’s animated movie ‘Up’.
67. learning | 12 Nov 2012
Learning Thai/English from the news
» The police video countering allegations made in the youtube video "Evil Man from Krabi" has, for some reason, been posted without an English translation. Here it is.
68. learning | 03 Nov 2012
» Once again, you are going to have a chance to follow a major news event in both Thai and English. In fact, you really should start today. Since most of you already know Thai, here is a head start with some of the key Eng...
69. learning | 05 Aug 2012
Understanding real English
» Practice your listening with short passages from Olympic gold medalists Michael Phelps (American English) and Jessica Ennis (British English).
70. learning | 23 Jul 2012
Easy English news
» Not long ago, taxi driver Wiset Bangwiset's English language vocabulary consisted of 'yes', no' and 'OK'. Now, thanks to a one-day course, he’s actually conversing with foreign passengers.