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spoken language: Everyday Courtesy[Titles & Greetings]

Everyday Courtesy:

  1. Tittles:  Mr., Miss, Sir, Madam, Mrs., Waiter, Waitress
  2. GreetingsHello, Good Morning, Good afternoon, Good Evening, Long time no see.  How are you?,  Goodbye!,  Good night!
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Spoken Language

Ornamental Expressions! [Step-2]

Ornamental Expressions!

Be careful

By grace of Allah

Come soon

Come here 

Come near

Come inside 

Come to me

Come afterwards = c‡i Avm    68 more words

Daily Conversation!

Do you know what พอ /por/ means?

First of all, please don’t mix between พอ /por/, middle tone and พ่อ /pôr/, falling tone. When we talk about dad, we say ‘พ่อ’ /pôr/. It’s falling tone! 243 more words

Thai Language

Communicating in foreign country

Communicating in foreign country

Warning: this post is likely to offend the people of France and Spain.

As a deaf person travelling solo through France, Andorra, Spain and Portugal – I never felt so demoralised by people’s blunt refusal to acknowledge my deafness and my inability to speak their language. 838 more words

Personal

‘The French department is simply fantastic’: French and History at Stirling

Time, once again, for one of our profiles of current students, this time from Emily Ronald who will be starting her second year with us in the Autumn and has taken the time to look back over the past year and the shift from school to University: 297 more words

University Of Stirling

A tad too demonstrative and open at times

In many of the posts I write, I try to acknowledge that some characteristics of people with bipolar disorder (or other mental illnesses) are not totally absent in those without such diagnoses. 971 more words

Reflections