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Please help us in our BID to provide 10 Turkeys to 1 Charity in Reno, NV. and 1 Charity in Chicago 5 turkeys each.
We are running our New campaign on the PledgeCents platform which is a crowdfunding platform for our Digital Interactive English Lessons.
For 1 week beginning 29th, October and ending on the 5th, of November, the team at PledgeCents will give away 10-Turkeys to the winner (see the picture below). You can read all about their Giveaway right here. I have a sincere Goal to try to win this turkey giveaway so that I can donate 5 turkeys to the Food Bank of Northern Nevada and 5 turkeys to the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
You can help by making any small investment just click on the BIG Yellow BUTTON that says INVEST.
Starting Sunday (10/29 – 11/05) I hope to earn the most points by raising funds and by telling others to support Ajarn Donald’s English Language Services to create a fundraising page. The organization with the most points will be sent 10 turkeys from PledgeCents so you can share with your community.You can also build your own fundraising page too. Thank you very much for your support.
We will provide you with 2 round-trip airline tickets from your home country to Bangkok, Thailand. We will provide you with hotel accommodations for 2 people in Bangkok, Thailand for 6 nights/7 days. You must be able to travel in March 2018. We will assist you in applying for Thai visa if required. Use this vacation or give it to anyone.
Digital Interactive English Lessons is truly the solutions that many English learners have been waiting for. Learners don’t want to lose their money if they can’t complete a course and they don’t want to lose the unused portion of their course. They need lessons that are tailored to their specific needs and a flexible schedule, any learning device, homeschooling, self-study, live tutor taught, fun and interactive, and oh yes, affordable too! This is what DIEL is all about and more good things.
- Sixteen well-organised units, each of which is clearly divided into three lessons
- Motivating topics related to the interests of teenagers and young adults
- Lively dialogues presenting real spoken English
- Special emphasis on vocabulary building
- Extensive coverage of grammar enabling learners to understand grammatical structures in context
- Systematic development of all four skills through integration
- A variety of communicative tasks
- Four revision units
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Difficulty level: Beginner
An interactive exercise based on the video clip “First Date” of The Longest Ride.
Before watching the video, take note of the vocabularyitems below; getting familiar with them now will make it easier to understand the video and will help you with the exercises that follow. When you’ve done that, click on the red “Start” button.
Key Vocabulary for this video
Schools in Thailand are now closed for the summer break, so we’d like to offer you and your school or education service a full-scale 30-Day FREE Trial of the English Attack! online “entertainment immersion” language learning platform.
Just contact us and we will see to it that you receive your Free Trial access codes in time for when your school reopens in May.
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Like many Thai school girls, the nine-year-old native of Surat Thani featured in a viral YouTube video goes to school by car. The only difference is that she drives the car herself. (Not anymore apparently.)
When you thought you’ve seen the worst, think again!
Thailand is a very screwed up country not to charge the parents with a huge list of crimes.
Please correct me if I’m wrong, but this is a serious risk to the child who isn’t even wearing her seatbelt and a dangerous risk for all the legal drivers on the road because she is so short at the age of 9, and she can barely see above the dashboard. All because of mentally ill parents, a police superintendent and a criminal code system in the Kingdom of Thailand that are all failures. What’s your opinion???