Where are the best places in Bangkok to buy ELT books (Macmillan, Longman, OUP, CUP)?
DK books opposite The British Council in Siam Square has quite a few titles.
So does the Chula bookshop in the same building as the BC.
DK underneath Seacon square is supposed to be decent, but I got followed around by a katoey telling everyone that I was her BF that she passed...so I stormed out in a huff before I even got the English section
"During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act." George Orwell
Cheers, thanks for this.
Chula Bookstore is one of the best sources and has the most to choose from.
Illegal aliens will make you pay...legal aliens can get you paid.
DK Books just off Ratchaparop near the train tracks sells nothing but. A great resource.
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^ look on your other thread about the books.
i posted a map and a link to their website.
"If you're not interested in changing where you work (and thus the student population, obviously) then a) your success at applying various and sundry teaching techniques is unlikely to have anything to do with how effective they are in general, and b) your sweeping generalizations about Thai students serve no purpose but to fuel your inertia and your feeling of being an 'insider'. Sadly (for you) few who read your sweeping generalizations will perceive it that way, but hey if it makes you feel good, knock yourself out." -zeusdogg