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    The Finest English Language Schools in Thailand

    My mate forwarded this to me, and I thought it was worth preserving:

    British Englisch School of Thailand
    B.E.S.T works to provide affordable, first-class care giving and education by offering providing a broad range of integrated programs and services with innovative learning approaches. B.E.S.T is committed to taking a keyleadership role in your child’s education and also to providing adults services ofa higher level of learning and education.

    We are a brand new, and exciting and approved Language Centre, located within a beautifully shaded Fine Tea and Coffee house garden complete with a fine tea and coffee house. All ages are welcome, so come along and register with our school and maybe sample a our drinks before, during and after your lessons!!!

    The English courses are taught by a fully qualified native English speaker, . A University a gGraduate inof Education (BA / BSC HonoursONOURS) from the who has graduated in University of Canterbury, Kent, in England.
    B.E.S.T will ensure aims to prepare its students to excel as first class English learners, with after-school tutoring, extra-curricular English for adults and, uUniversity students, and also holiday-time English language clubs, while promoting fostering in all the aspects that will encompass great English and ensure personal and business success for the your future!

    English IS the global language for business, and so in class we learn English for business, travel and social purposes too!
    I haven't buggered about with the English. It's beyond improvement.

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    Mr. Zane: 0 815 837 909 (English)

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    Quote Originally Posted by benbaaa
    “British Englisch School of Thailand”
    Give your children a future by teaching them to speak like pompous, homosexual socialites with a penchant for afternoon tea and young boys (but not necessarily in that order).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BugginOut
    Give your children a future by teaching them to speak like pompous, homosexual socialites
    I suspect that you did not read the entire add carefully enough...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    I suspect that you did not read the entire add carefully enough...
    I suspect he doesn't know what all the big words mean anyway, let alone have a clue about any mistakes in the ad (one d).

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    For those who want to sign up, here's his email address.

    best[at]zanegardens.com

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    It doesn't quite have a smooth flow to it does it, I had to read it 4 times just to be able to read it so to speak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    It doesn't quite have a smooth flow to it does it, I had to read it 4 times just to be able to read it so to speak.
    Gosh, and normally you only have to read something 3 times to understand it.

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    The American language is the global language and is spoken by over 300 million people. It is not a static language and new terms and meanings are being added depending on their usefulness. The English Language is spoken by 30 million people, is static, and a confusing array of spellings and pronunciations. Sri Lanka has no "r" on the end of the word, but I heard a BBC announcer say, "Sri Lanker". Well at least they have stop saying "Chiner" for China. This: Peter get with the program and work on your coloring book. or this : Pee - tah get with the programme and colour your book. On my way to Bangkok I flew over an overpass in an airplane.

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    ^ It doesn't take much, but that has me completely baffled. More baffled. Baffleder than i've ever been before.

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    ^ Not to worry, it's easy to be baffled by waffle, especially when the waffling is at it most waffliest..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtone9317
    The American language is the global language and is spoken by over 300 million people.
    America isn't the globe - dude...

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    I was wondering which American language he was talking about. There's quite a few to choose from. Wiki lists 143 of them in south America, and 296 north of Mexico.

    I guess he could be talking about Spanish, but the Spaniards might take issue with that being an American language.
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    In common understanding the American Language is spoken by people in the US and Canada except for some of the eastern provinces where people speak French and I know that you know that the Mexican version of the Spanish language is called Spanish by every almost every Mexican. Sorry, I must hurry off now, I did not mean to dis-tri-BOOT conflict, well on to the
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    Cheerio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtone9317
    In common understanding the American Language is spoken by people in the US and Canada
    I think you'll find it's just Simplified English.

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    So ... some people in Canada speak French, people in Mexico speak Spanish, but people in the U.S. speak American. Why is that?

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    now I know why I can never understand them

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