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This website provides the Thai current news three times a day: in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening. It reports what is happening in Thailand. It is a great site for students to practice their listening skill. You won't be disappointed if you are looking for the Thai authentic materials for your...
This website provides the Thai current news three times a day: in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening.It reports what is happening in Thailand.It is a great site for students to practice their listening skill.You won't be disappointed if you are looking for the Thai authentic materials for your listening exercises and activities. You can choose the language to listen to, Thai or English. As for the Thai site, the sound is very nice and clear.The sound quality of the English site is not that great due to a lot of static.There are links to other sites such as MCIC radio, Special Report, FM 92.5 Live, Back to PRD home, Back to TIS radio, Back to Wat Thai DC, etc.None of them works but the FM 92.5 Live.I think it is still a great site for the most current news offered.I would definitely use this site as it will help improve and enhance my learners' listening ability.