Learn the top 13 Thai letters in only ten minutes. Try out the Rapid Method yourself. Based on quirky images, you will learn to recognize several of the top letters without any memorization, and learn to say them correctly. After learning these letters, do the follow-on exercise www.youtube.com and see for yourself how quickly you can learn to read. I had to get up at 2am as it was the quietest (well, least noisy) part of the day. So sorry about the sleepy voice! If you need a visual reference while watching this video then download the supplementary notes for the ebook: learnthaionline.com For more details and to get a free Rapid Read Thai starter course, please visit my new website at www.learnthaionline.com. See what The Bangkok Post has to say about the Rapid Method www.facebook.com Also see us on facebook www.facebook.com – Please click on Like because it helps to promote the Rapid Method for learning languages.
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www.pouchfriendly.com Thai Chicken Sauce ½ cup low-fat chicken broth ¼ cup reduced-fat (all natural, no sugar added) peanut butter 2 tbsp each chopped, fresh cilantro and chopped, fresh basil leaves 1 tbsp sugar (sugar substitute) 2 tsp each grated gingerroot and lemon zest 1 tsp each sesame oil and cornstarch 1 clove garlic, minced ½ tsp each ground cumin and crushed red pepper flakes Main 12 oz uncooked fettuccine 4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves, cut into strips 1 large red pepper, cut into thin strips 2 cups snow peas, cut in half diagonally 1 large carrot, cut into thin strips Combine sauce ingredients in blender until smooth. Cook pasta, drain and keep warm. Spray pan with non-stick spray. Cook chicken until no longer pink. Add vegetables, cook until tender, about three minutes. Add sauce, stir well to combine. Cook until thick and bubbly. Remove from heat. Toss pasta in pan. Serve. Add your WLS friendly recipes: www.pouchfriendly.com
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