THE STUDY OF ERRORS IN THAI WRITING OF FOREIGN STUDENTS IN CHIANG MAI

Makawan Poomcharean

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This paper presented here is an attempt to discuss potential problems foreign Students  living in Chiang Mai face in the quest of Learning  Thai for specific purposes. Chiang Mai, is a northernmost province of Thailand where a lot foreign students have been pursuing many academic programs at public and private universities. The necessity of Learning Thai for foreign Students is a pre requisite criteria before taking on major study area. These students, however, are often seen lacking communication art skills even after their completion of Thai- Language course. The paper thus presents Errors in Thai Writing of foreign Students and put forth recommendations as solutions.

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