Chuan Language School (Sponsor)

Where to find instruction in Thai, English and other languages around Udon Thani.
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Post by udonmap » September 6, 2012, 7:48 pm

Thai Language for Foreigners - Chuan Language School

20 hrs for 8,000 baht or one on one 400 baht per hour

- Thai for beginners
- Thai for intermediate
- Thai for advanced
- Reading & Writing Thai
- And English for Thai

Tel. 094-121-4590 (Chuan) More than 10 years teaching experience.
E-Mail: noppamon4590@gmail.com


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Post by tutone » September 7, 2012, 8:14 am

I guess you need to take the class if you want to read the entire advertisement.

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Post by parrot » September 7, 2012, 9:56 am

คอร์ส สนทนาภาษาอังกฤษ 15 ชั่วโมง - English conversation course, 15 hours
2 คน คนละ 2,500 บาท - 2 people, 2500 Baht per person
3 คน คนละ 2,300 บาท - 3 people, 2300 Baht per person
4 คน คนละ 2,000 บาท - 4 people, 2000 Baht per person

คอร์ส ไวยากรณ์ 30 ชั่วโมง - Grammar course 30 hours
2 คน คนละ 2,500 บาท - 2 people, 2500 Baht per person
3 คน คนละ 2,300 บาท - 3 people, 2300 Baht per person
4 คน คนละ 2,000 บาท - 4 people, 2000 Baht per person

รับ ระดับ อนุบาล-ปริญญา - Accepting kindergarden to university levels
ติดต่อ ครูชวน 094-121-4590 หมู่บ้านสินชัยธานี (หลังสำนักงานขาย) - Contact Ms. Chuan, 083-144-5857, Mubahn SinChaiThaNee (in back of the sales office)

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Post by lee » September 7, 2012, 5:49 pm

Thanks for translating the above John.

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Post by mytluky » September 8, 2012, 8:21 am

Is there a start date for the course or is it on an individual basis?

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Post by Vincejarat » September 8, 2012, 8:39 pm

HI

Could you please post your address, thanks.

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Post by maaka » September 9, 2012, 4:58 am

does the lovely teacher teach Thai, or teach Isaan

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Post by Jello » September 9, 2012, 5:16 am

Good question. I've never heard of anyone teaching Issan. When I've asked I've always been told it's better to learn proper Thai first and pick-up the Issan later.

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Post by fdimike » September 9, 2012, 5:02 pm

She teaches Thai.
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Post by maaka » September 9, 2012, 5:51 pm

thanks for the clarification fdimike

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Post by urban legend » September 9, 2012, 6:02 pm

To make sure you are getting good value listen for a slight American accent and good pronounciation for a good indercation that this lady is educated. Does she pronounce "room" or "loom" does she say "very sorry" or "very solly" it's your money udonites roll the dice and take the chance. \:D/

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Post by fdimike » September 9, 2012, 6:40 pm

The lady has a BA with a major in English and speaks the language quite well. However, lets not forget she is teaching Thai and not English.
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Post by urban legend » September 9, 2012, 6:50 pm

fdimike wrote:The lady has a BA with a major in English and speaks the language quite well. However, lets not forget she is teaching Thai and not English.
Yeah but she has to teach in "English language" for us to understand to be able to put the points across. No good if she just waffles a load of Thai or pidgin English we don't understand for 30 hours we would all be lost and out of pocket . [-X

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Post by parrot » September 9, 2012, 7:13 pm

Some would argue that the less English she (and you) speak in Thai class, the better off you'll be.

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Post by fdimike » September 9, 2012, 7:23 pm

I studied with her for close to a year. I can assure you she speaks English well and is a good teacher.
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Post by mak » September 9, 2012, 8:01 pm

Ditto. She is an excellent teacher.

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Post by urban legend » September 9, 2012, 8:03 pm

parrot wrote:Some would argue that the less English she (and you) speak in Thai class, the better off you'll be.

odd that I have never learned a single thai word on a bus on the infamous Som -Tam social mat in the VIllages where Thai is the only language spoken .. I think you need a Teacher that is fluent in both Thai and English language Especially when you are a beginner, therefore I will not participate untill a good report comes from a valuable friend or associate full stop . [-X

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Post by KB_Texas » September 9, 2012, 9:36 pm

urban legend wrote: odd that I have never learned a single thai word on a bus on the infamous Som -Tam social mat in the VIllages where Thai is the only language spoken .. I think you need a Teacher that is fluent in both Thai and English language Especially when you are a beginner, therefore I will not participate untill a good report comes from a valuable friend or associate full stop . [-X
You just had TWO recommendations from people who have studied with her. What more do you need? Go talk to her yourself, and determine for yourself if there is an interest in pursuing the class.

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Post by malc123 » September 9, 2012, 11:32 pm

You just had TWO recommendations from people who have studied with her. What more do you need? Go talk to her yourself, and determine for yourself if there is an interest in pursuing the class.

KB[/quote]



Khuan Is with out doubt the best Thai teacher that I and my friends have had in Udon, after going to other schools in Udon over the years never felt as happy with the teacher as when at her classes which were informative and fun.

We were lucky to be studying at her classes the same time as fdmike.

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Post by udonsmiles » September 10, 2012, 9:39 am

Here is another recommendation:

Chuan is friendly, fun and a very good teacher. Great value for money lessons if you are serious about learning Thai.

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