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1. learning | 16 Nov 2010
» Much of the difficulty experienced in learning a new word comes from the relationship between that word and the person trying to learn it.
2. lifestyle | 01 May 2013
» 'Lagom" is a Swedish word with no direct English equivalent, but 13 designers and artists who graduated in seven disciplines from renowned Swedish universities have come together to define the inspiring word with the...
3. learning | 20 Apr 2010
» When I learned Japanese, one phoneme, not found in English, was nearly impossible: /tsu/, produced by placing the tongue behind the teeth as with /t/ and bringing it back as when producing /s/. Easy to produce mid-word, ...
4. learning | 05 Jan 2010
» An acronym (pronounced AK-ruh-nihm) is a word formed from the initial letters of other words and can be pronounced as a word. For example, the acronym laser is much easier to say than its components - light amplificati...
5. lifestyle | 18 Jun 2013
» If you were asked to characterise the way you look using a single word, what term would you choose?
6. learning | 14 Feb 2010
» Valentine's Day is special for me - I first came to Thailand on that day in 1989. But there was another Valentine's Day in Thailand that turned out to be the most memorable in my life. It is not the most "sanoo...
7. learning | 25 Feb 2013
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» Here’s a fun word-building activity for a holiday. What do you think of that hairstyle? Here are some adjectives you might want to use.
8. opinion | 22 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Monday is Earth Day, the 43rd year that a special day has been set aside to consider and act on conservation and the environment. In Thailand, many groups and individuals will take part in a variety of events. One group,...
9. learning | 02 Apr 2013
Words in the news
» to sing a piece of religious music using a very limited range of notes; to keep shouting or singing a word or phrase many times ร้องเพลงสวด, โห่ร้อง, โห่ร้องต้อนรับ...
10. learning | 07 Dec 2010
» "Alleged" is of course the word one must use when one is not sure of the facts.