Location : Pakchong (Nakhonratchasima – 2 and a half hours from Bangkok)
Course name: 2 weeks to speak – Intensive speaking courses
Next Course : 3 – 14 July 2017
Duration: 2 weeks / level : 5 hours / day : 5 days / week : Monday to Friday
Time: 09.00 am – 15.00 pm with short breaks and 1 hour for lunch
Teacher : Jom Nawa (more than 15 year experience)
One of the activities : Khao Yai National Park
Accommodation : Goodville Cottage (Pakchong Town)
Maximum: 10 students per class
Speak Thai from the very 1st hour
95 % of your time spent speaking a new language
Courses divided into 4 different levels (2 Weeks per level)
Most common words and phrases used in day-to-day situations
T.M.C. Teaching Methods
T – Transformation method: Reversing sentence structure
M – Muscle memory method: Repetition leads to accuracy
C – Combination method: Creating meaningful paragraphs
Activities during our intensive course
See wild life at Khao Yai National Park (http://www.thainationalparks.com/khao-yai-national-park)
Visiting the cowboy farm (http://www.farmchokchai.com)
Go to watch the Thai Premier Football League at Korat Stadium (Nakhonratchasima Mazda Football Club)
Shopping at the kingdom of the pottery (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Kwian)
Drinking wine at Granmonte Vineyard and Winery (http://www.granmonte.com)
1. Greetings and partings, formal and informal, politely.
2. Asking and answering “yes” and “no” questions and numbers (1 – 10,000)
3. Making basic sentence structures included transformation of questions.
4. Introduce yourself and asking for name, surname, full name and how to spell it.
5. General useful phrases such as excuse me, sorry, you’re welcome, nice to meet you, pardon me? Etc.
6. Making sentences about nationalities with your classmates including creating questions.
7. Asking Thai people what part of or province in Thailand they are from.
8. Talking about what job do you have and find out what others do for living.
9. Making negatives sentences of to be (is not, am not, are not)
10. Learning can, cannot and can you?…combine with availability, ability and permission.
11. Phrases for learning more Thai such as what is this called in Thai? What does it mean? Etc.
12. Order food and drink items and describe in basic detail including offering the items.
13. Asking for and responding in detail regarding the location of objects and people.
14. Basic structure of the past, present and future tenses.
15. Asking for and giving directions on how to get to different places.
16. Discuss and bargain about prices of food and objects.
17. Politely requesting permission to use, borrow objects.
18. Arrange to meet your friends at time, place, day and date in the near future.
19. Talking about how long you have been learning Thai and how long will you learn Thai for etc.
20. Question words – what, where, which, how, when, how much, how many, how long.
Please contact :
Mind Your Language School – Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 77 962 088
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.mindyourlanguagethailand.com