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Learn-Thai.Com
Learn Thai language software with audio from www.learn-thai.com.
http://www.learn-thai.com/
4m.se - Thai-English dictionary
English-Thai and Thai-English online dictionary. Seems to work well for individual words but not for phrases (ed.)
http://www.4m.se/
A.U.A. Thai Program
Studying Thai in the ALG Program can be compared to living with a Thai family. We don't use books as our basis. Instead we create real-life experiences that are interesting and understandable.
http://www.auathai.com/
A1 Dictionary of Idioms and Slang
Shaping up to be the most comprehensive dictionary of English Idioms and Slang. Reference directory guide for anyone interested in improving their English speaking and writing abilities.
http://www.wonderfull.com/
aclthailand
aclEnglish was founded in Sydney in 1987 and has since become the largest private English language training organisation in Australia, with a reputation for quality, service and results.
http://www.aclthailand.com/
ALGWorld.com (Automatic Language Growth)
Our program is designed around levels of experiences, call them 'tours into language'. Each hour of 'touring' is made up of understandable experiences, all taking place in the target language.
http://www.algworld.com/
Alphasoft
AlphaSoft offers language courses that are designed for those who want to develop proficiency in a new language from the comfort of their home.
http://www.alphasoft.cc/
American University Alumni Language Center
Offering instruction in Thai, using the ALG method as developed by J. Marvin Brown.
http://www.auathailand.com/
Anna's Language School and Travel Services
Provides group instruction and translation services in Thai, English, French, Italian, and German. Also offers travel reservations.
http://phuket-anna.com/
Arjan.com
All you need to know about living and teaching in Bangkok. unbiased opinions on language schools.
http://www.ajarn.com/