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Is Customized English Training the Right Solution for You?

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If you are a training manager in a company that has offered English courses to your staff, you may have discovered that the participants don’t show fast, dramatic improvement in their on-the-job communication.  There may be several reasons for this, but one is probably that little of the language they are learning can be directly applied to their work. A customized course is an excellent way to make your English training more relevant. But it’s not always the best solution. Let’s take a look at when a customized course is the way to go. (more…)

Conversational English – 04 – Starting and Ending Conversations (Second or more meetings – C1 knows C2)

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In this lesson, we will focus on the some conversational language used to start and end conversations with someone that you have already met. (more…)

Conversational English – 03 – Starting and Ending Conversations (First meetings – Visitors / Guests)

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In this lesson, we will focus on the some conversational language used to start and end conversations with someone that is visiting your company. (more…)

Conversational English – 02 – Starting and Ending Conversations (First meetings – C1 knows C2’s name)

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In this lesson, we will focus on the some conversational language used to start and end conversations with someone that you already know what their name is. (more…)

What comes after the verb? Verbs not followed by objects

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In this lesson, we will focus on some intransitive verbs and what comes after these particular verbs.  There are four parts of speech, which can immediately follow an intransitive verb: prepositions, adverbs, conjunctions, determiners, and verb complements (gerunds or infinitives). (more…)

Expressing Purpose of Action

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In this lesson, you will learn how to use some problematic prepositions that English learners struggle with. A preposition may be defined as a connecting word, which shows the relationship between a noun or pronoun to some other word in a grammatical structure. (more…)

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The SMART Visa is a new visa category issued to foreigners working or investing in technology-based production activities and services as well as in the 10 targeted (S-Curve) industries: namely next-generation automotive; smart electronics; affluent medical and wellness tourism; agricultural and biotechnology; food for the future; automation and robotics; aerospace; biofuels and biochemical; digital economy and medical hub. the SMART Visa comprises four categories: 1) Talents in science and technology; 2) Investors; 3) Executives 4) Startup entrepreneurs. Applicants will need to have the qualifications required according to pre-set criteria and be endorsed by the designated government agencies such as the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), the National Innovation Agency (Public Organization) and the Digital Economy Promotion Agency (DEPA). The SMART Visa holders will receive a number of special benefits. The visa validity period is up [...]

Why should I take an IELTS course?

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In the ESL world, there are a lot of tests which are used to measure the English language proficiency of non-native speakers.

You need to know this about TOEIC scores

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The TOEIC is the best-known test of business English skill in Thailand and is used by many companies. Most companies that use the TOEIC Reading and Listening Test don’t use any other method to test the speaking and writing skill of their staff.

Why Learn Thai

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National Thai Language Day was established in 1999. The date of July 29 was proposed by Chulangkorn University, because on that day in 1962 King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) paid a private visit to the university’s Faculty of Arts. During his visit, he had a meeting with students and faculty to discuss the proper use of Thai words and the preservation of the Thai language. Pro Language offers classes in a wide variety of languages and there are benefits to learning any of them, but if you are in Thailand, why not study Thai? Thai is spoken by nearly 60 million people in Thailand, neighboring countries and in Thai communities world-wide. Learning Thai can really improve your quality of life. Firstly, many Thai people do not speak English or other [...]