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    Books for a THAI that wants to learn THE ENGLISH!

    Anyone know of any good books, CDs or tapes to help a Thai to learn English???

    Appreciated and thanks in advance (especially to you Pat!).


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    Websters would be a good start.

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    Its so hard that way. AUA is still way cheap, and the friend can meet some more friends. Sorry to push it but I still do believe it after all these years.

    5 days a week and hour a day for 6 weeks, and you gotta talk. Level 3 and the guy will be so into it. :smile:

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    When I was learning English, I have to say I find text books really boring. Instead, I read alot of children book, then moving on to novels etc. Fun way to learn I think.
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    Is this a wind-up? From KK?

    Maurice Sendak, James and the Giant Peach, Anansi the Spider, etc. etc... :smile:

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    "Basic English conversation for Thai students" is one of the book using for studying in all university classes(fundamental) with CDs.Written by Chula language Institute(20 Thai teachers and 15 English native speakers). You can find it at CU book centre in Chulalongkoron University or Siam Sq. Cu book centre.(You can see more about the books what u want with CDs and they have e-learning packages too(~1200 B).)

    Nomally, Thai students they know more about English grammar but too shy to speak English because they worry about how to make the good sentences.If you are the teacher and want to help Thai students to speak English. Just only talk to them in the normal conversation and forget the grammar. The first thing is take the bravest from them out like the white kids learn an english from their parents. They know nothing about grammar but they can communicate well.
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    Charlotte's Web, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Secret Garden...and Famous Five

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    Are you reading up late at night?
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    Matt,

    I don't wind peeps up mate

    Thanks everyone.....appreciated!!!

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    matt mate, i don't think he's asking for himself...



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    Quote Originally Posted by i1der
    Are you reading up late at night?
    Used to, but have no time lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unwell
    matt mate, i don't think he's asking for himself...


    Spot on...err mate

    For a friend....I don't think his bird can read/write or speak/listen to English.

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