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This video was produced by ALG World Co., Ltd. with the cooperation of the AUA Language Center Thai Department in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Why Language Study Sucks – and BarCamp

If you’ve never been to a BarCamp you’re missing out on something. I spent last Saturday and Sunday at BarCamp 4. It’s mostly a geek event – and more than one person commented on the fact that they didn’t ‘know’ I was a geek. Of course I’m not. However, the event...

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Cost Benefit Analysis

Students often ask whether or not they should study using a particular method or program.  To me this seems like a Cost to Benefit question.  Below are the things I would consider. My recommendations for anyone depend on their goals. Before deciding on what you should be doing to get somewhere,...

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This video was produced by ALG World Co., Ltd. with the cooperation of the AUA Language Center Thai Department in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Faith and Language Learning

“Everything in it’s time” could easily be the motto for Thailand.  Here we find an amazing willingness to accept what is as a part of life.  Children, (unless they’re in school) are expected to be kids – to do childish things, and to act their age.  Death, rather than...

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the seven plain stops

This video was produced by ALG World Co., Ltd. with the cooperation of the AUA Language Center Thai Department in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Learning costs much, but ignorance costs

Learning costs much, but ignorance costs a fortune!

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Advice for ALG Students

Q. What advice would you give to students who find themselves thinking about the language — analyzing and translating it without wanting to — so that they can stop doing these things? A. I found as a student I had an internal struggle. The learned (though seemingly natural) habit...

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Is it even “possible” to not translate?

This question comes up again and again. Perhaps my experience as an ALG student many years ago is instructive. When I began, I took about three months to settle into the program. The first three months were frustrating as it was a complete paradigm shift – from hard work,...

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FAQs about the AUA Thai Program

How much does it cost? The cost details are available at: http://auathai.com/prices There are discounts, and other promotional bonuses as well. When can I begin to study? Our program is not based on terms. Students may begin study at any time. Classes at all levels are always available, except during our holidays. How do I apply? The...

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The AUA Thai Language Program is now being operated online by ALG. Go to ALG Thai Online for more information.