This is not a comprehensive guide book telling you where to go and what to see. It does not have pretty pictures. It is a guide on how you should act and behave in Thailand. It is written in a truthful way and sometimes a little hard. People come to Thailand with the wrong attitude. Thailand is not the western world, but it is a beautiful place with beautiful people. You just need to open your eyes and mind.
These are just a few stories and events that happened to me during my first 5 years of travelling to SE Asia. In particular Thailand. These events helped change me and look at life in a different way. Some of the events I am not proud of, others still resonate with me today. I hope you enjoy.
The second book in a series, that tries to help non-native English speakers to hold an everyday conversation. The conversations range from short to long and from easy to hard. This book as with the previous is for all age ranges and can be used in schools, at home or any place the reader desires. Each conversation is written using English, English and not Americanised English.
The purpose of the book(s) are to give the reader a basic understanding, using mainly only 2 characters, (Aom and Joe). Some conversations in this book do include more than 2 characters and future books will start to develop group conversations. So please take your time, keep practising and enjoy.
Part one of two books comprising of the complete works of lyrics and poems I have written over the past 5 or 6 years (to 2016). Some of the lyrics have been changed or updated from the original, many others are unchanged. I cannot write music so cannot claim to call them songs. All the words written are my personal opinion and not meant to influence peoples beliefs or views, so please do not take them as a personal insult.
I write to relieve the daily grind of everyday life and am influenced by what I see and hear. A simple sentence or word can give me an idea. I write lyrics very quickly in a matter of minutes which may not be an ideal way of writing, but it suits me.
I hope you enjoy what you read.
Part two of two covering my writing of lyrics over the past 5 or 6 years (2016). The lyrics cover various subjects and are my own opinions. I do not set out to upset people or criticise people or their personal beliefs.
Please just read and enjoy
Part of the English for Breakfast collection
Idioms are used to describe something without really using the correct words.
Theyare used every day in English and the ones I have used in this book are
the most common used by English people.
Tongue Twisters are a fun way to learn word sounds