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    Nonsense English exam answers

    Education in Thailand is provided mainly by the Thai government through the Ministry of Education from pre-school to senior high school. A free basic education of fifteen years is guaranteed by the constitution.[4] Compulsory education ends with Mattayom 3 (grade 9), after which pupils can pursue an upper-secondary education in a university-preparatory track, or continue their studies in vocational school programs.[5] If you want to bring your child to a"better school", even if the school only has got a good name, it's getting expensive. They'll ask you for at least 20 K, but it could also be 50 K, depending on the structure and how many people are involved in this scam. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_in_Thailand
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    Nonsense English exam answers

    Thank you very much for your answer. Honestly speaking, I've had around 3,000 baht more ten years ago and I partly blame the agencies for it. They were the ones who started to pay Filipinos 10 K/month. Of course, did many schools follow and many foreigners are not able to pay all the bills that are much higher than they were ten years ago. Very annoying is the fact that more and more schools hire unqualified teachers and let them work as trainers or teacher's assistant. My license will be at my school in a few weeks but if that continues I do not know if I'm willing to cope with all the bs from year to year. If nothing is changing and things get worse, I'll go back and forget about teaching in Thailand. We are all different, but we can't eat stones.
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    Nonsense English exam answers

    Are you on your third 5-year license, or on your third provisional teacher's license? Sorry, when I'm asking, but it's often mixed up with the waiver, that's only good for two years. If everyone in your office has got the 5-year teacher's license your school seems to be an exception.
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    Nonsense English exam answers

    I'm afraid that you forgot to mention the biggest group of foreign teachers in Thailand. Those who made it happen to receive a teacher's license, unfortunately, many based on forged documents. Most of these teachers have got a teacher's license from Khurusapha, but you'll hardly find Caucasian teachers with such a license.
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    Stallions 400cc - Any good?

    But you'll get quality and no parts will be falling off? I'm also thinking about buying such a bike once my money from a friend arrives. Any reports? How much? Are they reliable? I just found this: https://www.rideasia.net/motorcycle-forum/threads/stallions-scrambler-400.8737/ I've seen the new Royal Enfield coming in two models, both with fuel injection, one model is a one seater. Does anybody own one?
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    RCBO installed - issues

    Here's a great explanation: https://scottiestech.info/2009/05/16/the-difference-between-neutral-and-earth-ground-in-ac-installations/ Crossy, would you please have a look if that's right? Thank you very much!!!
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    RCBO installed - issues

    Uni trained? I beg your pardon. Our son studied three years electronics at the local technical college and couldn't even replace a light bulb. It's hard to find a good electrician who knows what he's doing.
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    Nonsense English exam answers

    I really feel sorry for you and your daughter. The reality about such competitions is that you can basically pay the judges who the winner will be. I've seen that at my former school and couldn't believe my own eyes. That's usually at competitions without foreign judges. Money rules, even at competitions. I fully understand why you've corrected the wrong English, but these people will finally blame your daughter.
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    Nonsense English exam answers

    The bad accent is always real English where many teachers believe the kids are wrong. Then add an SEA teacher to it and you've got the chaos. My son was part of five students who'd won a national skit competition in Bangkok. But they were only fourth at the Semi-Final in Mukdahan, where the competition took place. The same students from Mukdahan were only the tenth in the Final round in Bangkok. Even the teachers received a gold medal and 400,000 baht cash which they then spent on a luxury holiday in Chonburi. The students didn't receive anything. They could read how they've spent the money on the teachers' Facebook pages and it was the last time for him. A very hard lesson for teenagers.
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    Nonsense English exam answers

    Here's the exam with the right answers. Some typos do exist, but it's shocking how bad the teacher is. You'll need a good PDF reader, I was using Nitro 11 Pro. Please let me know if you can see the answers, it will be easy to change the format. 1088207746_Englishexam.pdf checked.pdf
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    Nonsense English exam answers

    Your statement isn’t really true. The TCT gave all foreigners enough time to do an additional course to upgrade an existing BA. A Diploma in Teacher Education does the trick and the TCT will issue a license for you. Even for those who haven’t got a BA, it’s possible to obtain a BA in education, mostly online with a couple of “face to face” lessons. A few years back the TCT somehow lost track of the issued waivers and people started over being on their first provisional license.
  12. Or buy some cheap Fentanyl from China and get the guys hooked up.
  13. Prayuth and Prawit will solve the issue soon.
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    Mexico navy says finds 50 tons of meth in mountain lab

    A fatal dose of Fentanyl vs heroin. No wonder that so many people die. They found a drug in Canada that's 100 times more toxic than Fentanyl called Carfentanyl. A sand corn like dose can be fatal. Scary stuff. “Carfentanil is about 100 times more toxic than fentanyl and about 10,000 times more toxic than morphine.” https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/nov/12/carfentanil-bust-canada-fentanyl-opioid-crisis-dangers
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    Mexico navy says finds 50 tons of meth in mountain lab

    Mexico is a major supplier of methamphetamine to the United States and it the top source of heroin, which is fuelling a surge in opioid addiction. The country is also the principal highway for cocaine trafficked north. The joke is that "Dealers in White", sometimes also called doctors, have made hundreds of thousands dependent on Opioid Pain Killers. When they had finally realized how huge the damage was, it was already too late and people had to buy heroin because the pills were way more expensive and also only available at the drug scene. If people have no money, it's easier to "find" money when it's only 15 bucks for a hit for Mexican shit heroine, but 25 plus for the same amount of pharmaceutical happiness. ? Hundreds of kids have already died, the last ones from an overdose of Fentanyl. Another, really unbelievable fact is that you can order 1,000 kg of Fentanyl, straight from China, or more/. No limit. If you've got the money, you'll be rich in a month, or so. Lol. ? I've tried it and did all to be ready to receive 10 kg Fentanyl, delivered to Thailand. They did tell me that they would deliver it right to my door, without any problems, and it sounded very reasonable. But I'd love to see these people imprisonned. I'd have made the payment and the Fentanyl would have been delivered to me. But there's no chance, they only catch the little ones.
  16. Is it possible that some members do not understand what accident really means? ac·ci·dent ˈaksədənt/ noun 1. an unfortunate incident that happens unexpectedly and unintentionally, typically resulting in damage or injury. "he had an accident at the factory" synonyms: mishap, misadventure, unfortunate incident, mischance, misfortune, disaster, tragedy, catastrophe, calamity; technical casualty "an accident at work"
  17. I experience almost every day that motorbike and car drivers drive out of a small Soi, almost invisible. Yes' many truck drivers shouldn't be behind a wheel, but some of them are good drivers. It's not only about the driving skills, it's also about the maintenance of trucks. And we all know that this doesn't exist here. They only do something when the truck has got bigger problems. sad, but true.
  18. Have you ever heard of a Thai person in general who admitted that he, or she had made a mistake? And I'd even include my own wife I'm married to for 16 years. It's always somebody else to blame, the loss of face is ridiculous, especially when people have to lie, to save face.
  19. Insanity pure. The child should be behind the driver and not being used as an airbag. Airheads everywhere.
  20. Be aware that some corrupt Cambodian Immigration officers at Chom Sa Ngam are trying to make some extra money by telling you that a stamp in your PP was missing, or similar. Just don't pay the 200 or 400 baht they are asking for.
  21. Having no money and your honey disappeared is the usual way here. No woman is interested in a poor Farang, except the one who just recently posted that Gogo girls pay him for sex. ?
  22. You can't use a good quality truck from a European country as an example of how fast a truck can stop. Please look at all the TATA and other trucks here.
  23. Not necessarily true if the truck driver wasn't lying. At the scene the truck driver, Wichitchai Perngporphan, 44, told police that he was driving from Patong back to the company office of Chockchai Kreuasant Co Ltd in Baan Manik when the accident happened. Mr Wichitchai said that while driving down the hill toward Bang Tao, the tourist pulled out from the beach entrance and cut across the front of his truck. Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/truck-driver-blames-reckless-tourist-for-motorbike-slam-68293.php#VTEJJVmcVOlls1LV.99
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