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