Trees protect residents from factory pollution
Ton maii pok pong pu aa sai jak mon la pa wa rong ngan
ต้นไม้ = ton maii (Tree)
ปกป้อง = pok pong (protect)
ผู้อาศัย = pu aa sai (resident)
จาก = jak (from)
มลภาวะ = mon la pa wa (pollution)
โรงงาน = rong ngan (factory)
It's official, I'm matriculating at UMDNJ. Also, reading the Bagavad Gita translated by Eknath Easwaran.
I am now more seriuos in going to thailand!!
Where can i study in bangkok?
Where can i get a work?
Where can i stay?
These questions might be very big but i will find a way to survive in a different world i am wishing to enter!!
Can anyone help me?
I have been trying to learn some Thai for more than 20 years now. Luckily my efforts have been more or less successfulalready!
I started - the first time I went to Thailand - with a book with the ridiculous title "Easy Thai". This is more than ridiculous, because there is no such thing as Easy Thai! Thai is a really difficult language for westerners.
My first serious attempt to learn the language was with the FSI Basic Thai course. Books with tapes. The material is really