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Post by udonmarc » July 7, 2013, 9:28 pm

"The Best Thai Instructor In Udon Thani"

Learn from the Best, Speak Thai like the Rest!

Now online learning is available via Skype or Tango!

Meet Mr. (Khun) Nat here!! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TZXnI9V6MKY

Lived in the States for more than 19 years.

Been teaching Thai and English for more than 15 years in the States and Thailand.

Teaching Thai to foreigners at Thai style house in Soi Grandhouse near Ban Huay Market.

All speaking, reading and writing Thai or you can choose any combination.

Hours to suit your convenience. We also offer English for Thais.

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Tel number 084-9427255 ( Mr Natt )
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Post by Nick@AUA » July 8, 2013, 9:25 am

250 baht per hour is quite reasonable. I might give it a go.

Can I get a receipt and claim it on expenses?

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Post by udonmarc » July 8, 2013, 10:18 am

Nick@AUA wrote:Can I get a receipt and claim it on expenses?
For a receipt, I imagine that you would address that with the instructor. As to whether or not it is deductible, you probably should speak wtih your accountant about that.

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Post by parrot » July 19, 2013, 2:05 pm

I stopped by for my weekly fix of หมูผัดขิง (ginger pork) and talked with Natt for a while about his tutoring. He showed me some of the writing assignments that one of his American students (for 1 year) is doing. Quite impressive!
If you're trying to crack the code on learning the language, this might be a good place to start.
To make things even better, you can discuss what you want to learn with him over a plate of some of the best ginger pork in town.....made by his brother, Pop.

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Post by dalek » October 3, 2013, 12:21 pm

Can someone please tell me where "Soi Grandhouse near Ban Huay Market" might be?
I know a little of Udon city center, but have no idea where this market might be - which main road and then soi is it near?

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Post by steadyjohn » October 3, 2013, 6:37 pm

Dalek,

I am a student of Natt's.

If you are coming from Clock Circle/Landmark heading towards Nong Khai, when you arrive at the Ban Huay intersection turn right onto Phon Phisai Road.

Then take the second left (at the UD pub), down the soi about 100m and on the right hand side they are building some shop units. The house is behind this, there is an entrance to the right of the units.

If you have an recent edition of Udonmap the school is marked.

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Post by parrot » October 3, 2013, 6:55 pm

The school is highlighted in yellow.

I spoke with Natt today.....he asked that you give him a call.....number above. Natt speaks excellent English.
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Post by KB_Texas » October 4, 2013, 10:35 pm

parrot wrote:I stopped by for my weekly fix of หมูผัดขิง (ginger pork) and talked with Natt for a while about his tutoring.
Is this where they are selling out of now? I am missing my Pad Thai, and when my wife spoke with the mom, she said she was told they are in/near UD Town???? I would very much like it if they are somewhere close to Ban Huay so the wife could get me Pad Thai when she goes to get her food. :)

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Post by realcool72 » October 5, 2013, 6:30 am

KB_Texas
My brother won't be opening the restaurant for a while because the construction site in front of our house is not done yet.
Once it's open, I will let u guys know about it asap. Of course, it's very near Ban Huay market , just 2 alleys away towards Don Bosco School.

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Post by parrot » October 5, 2013, 8:34 am

realcool72 wrote:KB_Texas
My brother won't be opening the restaurant for a while because the construction site in front of our house is not done yet.
Once it's open, I will let u guys know about it asap. Of course, it's very near Ban Huay market , just 2 alleys away towards Don Bosco School.

Please hurry!! :D

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Post by KB_Texas » October 5, 2013, 11:48 am

parrot wrote:
realcool72 wrote:KB_Texas
My brother won't be opening the restaurant for a while because the construction site in front of our house is not done yet.
Once it's open, I will let u guys know about it asap. Of course, it's very near Ban Huay market , just 2 alleys away towards Don Bosco School.

Please hurry!! :D
+1!!

Glad to hear about the location. There must have been a misinterpretation along the way. ;) Should be close enough for my wife to make the Pad Thai run!

KB (Pad Thai with extra tamarind sauce withdrawal getting severe!)

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Post by dalek » October 6, 2013, 6:06 pm

steadyjohn wrote:Dalek,

I am a student of Natt's.

If you are coming from Clock Circle/Landmark heading towards Nong Khai, when you arrive at the Ban Huay intersection turn right onto Phon Phisai Road.

Then take the second left (at the UD pub), down the soi about 100m and on the right hand side they are building some shop units. The house is behind this, there is an entrance to the right of the units.

If you have an recent edition of Udonmap the school is marked.

Johnny
Thanks for the directions. Found the school OK and am now going there to start improve my Thai.

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Post by parrot » October 6, 2013, 7:16 pm

dalek.....good luck in your studies. If you have any questions in between classes, feel free to post on http://www.udonmap.com/udonthaniforum/l ... 49-30.html

No promise your question will be answered, but there are a few folks in town who might be able to help

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Post by steadyjohn » October 6, 2013, 7:33 pm

No bother Dalek

maybe I see you at school some day?


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Post by ting_tong » November 20, 2014, 3:11 pm

the restaurant in front of the school is very good!

http://www.udonmap.com/udonthaniforum/p ... ml#p400241

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