There are innumerable hurdles that the learner of English as a foreign language, has to cross in order to learn the use of English with ease. Lack of
exposure, particularly because of minimum contact with English both in the classroom as well as outside, is one of the major problems in learning English.
Thai students face certain specific problems like the strong influence of the mother tongue, lack of opportunities for practising English, inadequate
proficiency of the teachers in English and lack of motivation. The curriculum also needs to be made more learner-friendly. In fact, the Thai education
system is well-planned and adequately supported by the Government. Language laboratories and other technological aids are available on a large scale. Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University is one of the oldest and the largest Buddhist University in Thailand. It has 3 campuses and 2 Sangha colleges in the Northern region of Thailand. According to its curriculum, Read More