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Professional There are many different companies, institutes, and
language centers in Bangkok that provide General English Courses

Is Customized English Training the Right Solution for You?

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 English Training 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…)

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Expressing Purpose of Action

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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underground / subway / metro / tube

underground / subway / metro / tube A city’s underground railway/railroad system is usually called the underground (often the Underground) in British English and the subway in North American English. Speakers of British English also use subway for systems in American cities and metro for systems in other European countries. The Metro is the name for the systems in Paris and Washington, D.C. London’s system is often called the Tube.

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holiday/vacation

You use holiday (or holidays) in British English and vacation in North American English to describe the regular periods of time when you are not at work or school, or time that you spend travelling or resting away from home: I get two weeks’ holiday/vacation a year. He’s on holiday/vacation next week. I like to take my holiday/vacation in the summer. the summer holidays/vacation the summer holidays/vacation In North American English a holiday (or a public holiday) is a single day when government offices, schools, banks and businesses are closed. In British English it is called a bank holiday: The school will be closed Monday because it’s a holiday.

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