My experience of learning to Read and Write in Thai as arterial language and English as lingua franca Atthaporn Youngyoo
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MY EXPERIENCE OF LEARNING TO READ AND WRITE IN THAI AS ARTERIAL LANGUAGE AND ENGLISH AS LINGUA FRANCA True confession
“15 pages for you to write about your experience of learning second language” I never thought it would end up like this. At first I thought “May be, Dr.Pongsakorn just kidding and may be it was just only an assignment for writing” but it’s true and it’s a real thing about to make it as the final exam. So I thought, if I write it as a Romeo and Juliet but he doesn’t want a love story. “How about this, if I write it write an essay like the Toy Story, that will be a little excited, or it’s not” It is all about the experience in learning L2 of me and nothing about these. My family
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