วันอาทิตย์ที่ 27 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2554

Translation House Registration


House Cord No. 9609-008062-4 Local Registration Office: SUKHIRIN DISTRICT

Address: HOUSE NO.26/2 Mooti 2

Village Name:
House Name:

Type of House: HOUSE
Description of house:

Date of stipulating the house number:

Signature: (Mr.Somchai Thanyavomg) Regester

Date of printing the house registration: 8 July 2004


Book No: 1 List of persons of the house cord no. 9609-008062-4 Serial No. 3

Name: MissNureela Mudor Nationality: THAI Sex: FEMALE

ID No: 1-9608-00053-15-0 Status: RESIDENT Date of birth: 6 March 1989

Name of natural mother: CHEKRAMOH 3-9608-00100-24-3 Nationality: THAI

Name of natural father: BRAHENG 3-9609-00058-69-9 Nationality: THAI


Signature: (Mr.Somchai Thanyavong) Register

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รายการเกี่ยวกับบ้าน เล่มที่ 1

เลขรหัสประจำบ้าน 9609-008062-4 สำนักทะเบียน อำเภอสุคิริน
รายการที่อยู่ 26/2 หมู่ที่ 2
ตำบลมาโมง อำเภอสุคิริน จังหวัดนราธิวาส
ชื่อหมู่บ้าน ชื่อบ้าน
ประเภทบ้าน บ้าน ลักษณะบ้าน
วันเดือนปีที่กำหนดบ้านเลขที่ 27 ตุลาคม 2536
(นายสมชาย ธัญวงศ์) นายทะเบียน
วันเดือนปีที่ตีพิมพ์ทะเบียนบ้าน 8 กรกฎาคม 2547


เล่มที่ 1 รายการบุคคลในบ้านของเลขรหัสประจำบ้าน 9609-008062-4 ลำดับที่ 3
ชื่อ น.ส.นูรีลา มูดอ สัญชาติ ไทย เพศ หญิง
เลขประจำตัวประชาชน 1-9608-00053-15-0 สถานภาพ ผู้อาศัย เกิดเมื่อ 6 มี.ค. 2532
มารดาผู้ให้กำเนิด ชื่อ เจ๊ะรอเมาะ 3-9608-00100-24-3 สัญชาติ ไทย
บิดาผู้ให้กำเนิด ชื่อ บรอเฮง 3-9609-00058-69-9 สัญชาติ ไทย
*มาจาก ฐานข้อมูลการทะเบียนราษฏร
(นายสมชาย ธัญวงศ์) นายทะเบียน

Dear Abby

High School Junior Suffers Loss That Has Yet To Occur


I am a junior in high school and will graduate next year. I attend a private school where I have made many good friends -- teachers included -- and have created many happy memories.
I have just been hit with the realization that my time in high school is running out. Once I leave for college, I may never see or talk to my friends here again. I can't process the thought of having such great friends and mentors and losing them. I'm afraid for the future and how I will miss everything I've experienced at my school.
Do you have any suggestions on how to deal with all this? I can barely sleep because I feel like it's only going to get worse. -- LEAVING IT ALL BEHIND IN LOUISIANA
DEAR LEAVING IT ALL BEHIND: You have the rest of your junior year and senior year of high school to enjoy. Please don't cloud them by worrying that you will lose touch with your friends and mentors. Once you graduate, you will have the Internet and social networking sites to keep you in touch, and you can see each other during vacations.
You have great adventures ahead of you -- and so do they. True friendships don't have to end because of distance. While some of them may, others last a lifetime. And those are the ones that count.

Translation Lesson Plans in English

วันพฤหัสบดีที่ 10 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2554

Translation lesson plans in Thai

Learning log in class week 14 (10/02/2011)

 Adjective clause
-The woman is a worker who has been cleaning the street for 26 year.
-“Bird” is a singer who was singing happily.
-The language centre which is situated at NSTRU is very big.

 Adjective phrase
Example: -The woman is a worker cleaning the street for 26 year.
-“Bird is a singer singing happily.
-The language centre situated at NSTRU is very big.

 Adverb clause
Example: -She protested helplessly.
-The vapidly widening wealth goup between the rich and poor.
-Rolling stone is no mass.

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Adverbial Clause

Adverbial Clause or Adverb Clause.An adverb clause is a clause that functions as an adverb.That is instead of one adverb modifying the verb,we have a clause (subject and predicate).

For example:
• Susan called yesterday.
• Susan called when we were out.

• Geouge listened carefully to the teacher.
• Geouge listened to the teacher as his mother told him to.

• He believed everything unconditionally.
• He would believed everything if you had the evidence.
• He believed everything even though you couldn’t prove it.

Adverb Clause Connectors
One kind of the adverb clause tell us “when” the action takes place.It is adverb clause of time
For example:
• When I graduate,I would like to get married.
• As soon as I find Mr. Right.I will stop dating orther people.
• After we get married,we will go on a honeymoon.

Adverb Clause of Contrast
Adverb clause of contrast,we can also subordinate the main idea by showing its contrast to show that the effect is not what we expect.
For example:
• Although Tom Cruise has been married many times,he remains the man in my dream.
• He has a lot of charisma thought he is rather short.
• Even if he is fat and bald,I will still be crazy about him.

Adverb Clause of Condition
Adverb Clause of condition modify a clause,providing a condition under which the event will take place.
For example:
• If the teacher cancels the class,we will go to a movie.
• Unless it’s necessary,she won’t answer the phone.
• In case there’s an emergency,you can call this number.

Adverb Clause of Reason
An Adverb Clause of Reason indicates why the particular action of the verb is taken.The Adverb Clause of Reason will being with because,since,as that etc…
• I did not buy it because I did not like the look of it.
• Because he is rich,he think he can buy all of us juices.
• As he was not there,he spoke to his brother.

Adverb Clause of Purpose
We can modify a verb or a sentence by giving it the purpose in the adverb clause.
For example:
• Clark Kent works at the Daily Planet in order that he can keep himself up-to-date with the information.He acts likes a normal person so that no one will suspect anything of him.For the fear that someone will discover his true identity,he never tells anyone the fact of who he is.He wears the Superman suit lest no one recognizes him.

Adverb Clause of Manner
As the name suggests,an advern clause of manner tells us ‘how’ you do telling us ‘how’ we do something,this is the most difficult to understand.The conectors used in an adverb clause of manner are as,as if,and as though.
For example:
• Good students come to class on time as the teacher tells them to.
• He ate as if he were starving for months.
• She acts as if it’s a joke.

Learning log week 13

Learning log in class (Week 13,28/01/2011)

1. แม่ของฉันเป็นครู
My mother is a teacher.

2. รัฐบาลยุบสภาในเดือนเมษายน
The government planned to dissolve the parliament in April.

3. พระราชวังนี้สร้างขึ้นใน 1912
The palace was built in 1912.

4. บ้านโน้นดูใหญ่มาก
That house looks so big.

5. น้องชายนั้นชอบหนังสือนิทานหนารูปสวยๆสีสดใสที่แม่ซื้อมาให้มาก
My brother really likes the thick colorful fairy tale book with lots of beautiful picture than Mom bought him.


Determiner opinion size shape condition age color origin noun
An ugly big round chipped old blue French vase

+ N
Determiner / adj. /N adjunct/present pt/past pt.

N +
Adv. + to infinitive phrase/infinitive phrase/present pt/past pt /N phrase/adj. phrase/preposition phrase/relation clause (adj. clause)

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Noun determiner

Nouns are often preceded by the words the, a, or an. These words are called DETERMINERS. They indicate the kind of reference which the noun has. The determiner the is known as the DEFINITE ARTICLE. It is used before both singular and plural nouns:

The determiner a (or an, when the following noun begins with a vowel) is the INDEFINITE ARTICLE. It is used when the noun is singular:

a taxi
a paper
an apple
The articles the and a/an are the most common determiners, but there are many others:

any taxi
that question
those apples
this paper
some apple
whatever taxi
whichever taxi
Many determiners express quantity:

all examples
both parents
many people
each person
every night
several computers
few excuses
enough water
no escape
Perhaps the most common way to express quantity is to use a numeral. We look at numerals as determiners in the next section.


In grammar, an adjective is a word whose main syntactic role is to qualify a noun or noun phrase, giving more information about the object signified. Adjectives are one of the traditional eight English parts of speech, though linguists today distinguish adjectives from words such as determiners that were formerly considered to be adjectives. In this paragraph, "main", "more", and "traditional" are adjectives.

โดยทั่วไปการวางตำแหน่ง คุณศัพท์ในประโยคจะวางได้ 2 แบบ

• ใช้วางประกอบข้างหน้านาม ( attributive use )

She is a beautiful girl. เธอเป็นคนสวย ( beautiful ขยายนาม girl)

These are small envelopes. พวกนี้เป็นซองเล็กๆ ( small ขยายนาม envelopes)

• ใช้วางเป็นส่วนของกริยา ( predicative use ) โดยอยู่ตามหลัง verb to be เมื่อ adjective นั้นขยาย noun หรือ pronoun ที่อยู่หน้า verb to be

The girl is beautiful. เด็กผู้หญิงคนนั้นสวย ( beautiful เป็นคุณศัพท์ที่ตามหลัง verb to be ขยาย girl และ the เป็นคุณศัพท์ขยาย girl เช่นกัน)

These envelopes are small. ซองพวกนี้มีขนาดเล็ก( small เป็นคุณศัพท์ที่ตามหลัง verb to be ขยาย envelopes ,these เป็น คุณศัพท์ขยาย envelopes เช่นกัน )

She has been sick all week. เธอป่วยมาตลอดอาทิตย์ ( sick เป็น คุณศัพท์ ที่ตามหลัง verb to be ขยายสรรพนาม she )

That cat is fat and white. แมวตัวนั้นอ้วนและมีสีขาว
( That เป็นคุณศัพท์ประกอบหน้านาม fat และ white เป็นคุณศัพท์ซึ่งเป็นส่วนของกริยาขยาย cat

Noun adjunct

In grammar, a noun adjunct or attributive noun or noun premodifier is a noun that modifies another noun and is optional — meaning that it can be removed without changing the grammar of the sentence. For example, in the phrase "chicken soup" the noun adjunct "chicken" modifies the noun "soup". It is irrelevant whether the resulting compound noun is spelled in one or two parts. "Field" is a noun adjunct in both "field player" and "fieldhouse".

Example: In beef stew, the word beef is a noun adjunct.

Present Participle

In linguistics, a participle is a word that shares some characteristics of both verbs and adjectives.It can be used in compound verb tenses or voices (periphrasis), or as a modifier. A phrase composed of a participle and other words is a participial phrase.
The present participle is formed by adding the ending "--ing" to the infinitive (dropping any silent "e" at the end of the infinitive):

to sing = singing
to take =taking
to bake = baking
to be = being
to have = having

A. The present participle may often function as an adjective:
That's an interesting book.
That tree is a weeping willow.

B. The present participle can be used as a noun denoting an activity (this form is also called a gerund):
Swimming is good exercise.
Traveling is fun.

C. The present participle can indicate an action that is taking place, although it cannot stand by itself as a verb. In these cases it generally modifies a noun (or pronoun), an adverb, or a past participle:
Thinking myself lost, I gave up all hope.
Looking ahead is important.

D. The present participle may be used with "while" or "by" to express an idea of simultaneity ("while") or causality ("by") :
He finished dinner while watching television.
By using a dictionary he could find all the words.
While speaking on the phone, she doodled.
By calling the police you saved my life!

E. The present participle of the auxiliary "have" may be used with the past participle to describe a past condition resulting in another action:
Having spent all his money, he returned home.
Having told herself that she would be too late, she accelerated.


In linguistics, a participle is a word that shares some characteristics of both verbs and adjectives.It can be used in compound verb tenses or voices (periphrasis), or as a modifier.

A past participle indicates past or completed action or time. It is often called the 'ed' form as it is formed by adding d or ed, to the base form of regular verbs, however it is also formed in various other ways for irregular verbs.
It can be used to form a verb phrase as part of the present perfect tense.
For example:-
I have learnt English. (Learnt is part of the verb phrase 'have learnt')
It can be used to form the passive voice.

For example:-
Her hair was well brushed.
It can also be used as an adjective.

For example:-

As an adjective: He had a broken arm. (Broken is used here as an adjective.)
Here is a comprehensive list of irregular verbs.


"Adverbs" redirects here. For the Daniel Handler novel, see Adverbs (novel).
An adverb is a part of speech. It is any word that modifies any part of speech or other verbs other than a noun (modifiers of nouns are primarily adjectives and determiners). Adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives (including numbers), clauses, sentences and other adverbs.
Adverbs typically answer questions such as how?, in what way?, when?, where?, and to what extent?. This function is called the adverbial function, and is realized not just by single words (i.e., adverbs) but by adverbial phrases and adverbial clauses.

• I found the film incredibly dull.

• The meeting went well, and the directors were extremely happy with the outcome!

• Crabs are known for walking sideways.

• I often have eggs for breakfast.

• However, I shall not eat fried eggs again.

• The Five Types of Adverbs

• Adverbs of Manner: Adverbs of manner provide information on how someone does something.

• For example: Jack drives very carefully.

• Adverbs of Time: Adverbs of time provide information on when something happens.

• For example: We'll let you know our decision next week.

• Adverbs of Frequency: Adverbs of frequency provide information on how often something happens.

• For example: They usually get to work at eight o'clock.

• Adverbs of Degree: Adverbs of degree provide information concerning how much of something is done. For example: They like playing golf a lot.

• Adverbs of Comment: Adverbs of comment provide a comment, or opinion about a situation.

• For example: Fortunately, there were enough seats left for the concert.

•Adverb Formation
• Adverbs are usually formed by adding '-ly' to an adjective.

• For example: quiet - quietly, careful - carefully, careless - carelessly

• Adjectives ending in '-le' change to '-ly'.

• For example: possible - possibly, probable - probably, incredible - incredibly

• Adjectives ending in '-y' change to '-ily'.

• For example: She visited her friends last year.

Adverbs of Frequency: Adverbs of frequency are placed before the main verb (not the auxiliary verb).

• For example: He often goes to bed late. Do you sometimes get up early?

• Adverbs of Degree: Adverbs of degree are placed after the verb or entire expression (at the end of the sentence).

• For example: She'll attend the meeting as well.

• Adverbs of Comment: Adverbs of comment are placed at the beginning of a sentence.

• For example: Luckily, I was able to come to the presentation.

• Important Exceptions to Adverb Placement

• Some adverbs are placed at the beginning of a sentence to provide more emphasis.

• For example: Now you tell me you can't come!

• Adverbs of frequency are placed after the verb 'to be' when used as the main verb of the sentence.

• For example: Jack is often late for work.

Infinitive to

Infinitive คือ กริยาที่นำหน้าด้วย to (Infinitive with "to") เช่น to play,
to study,to arrest และไม่นำหน้าด้วย to (Infinitive without "to")
โดยเฉพาะหลังกริยาช่วย can,will,may,must etc. เช่น can sing, will go,
may happen นอกจากนี้ Infinitiveจะทำหน้าที่เหมือนอย่างคำนาม (n.)
,คำคุณศัพท์ (adj.) ,และคำวิเศษณ์ (adv.)


A preposition is a word which shows relationships among other words in the sentence. The relationships include direction, place, time, cause, manner and amount. In the sentence She went to the store, to is a preposition which shows direction. In the sentence He came by bus, by is a preposition which shows manner. In the sentence They will be here at three o'clock, at is a preposition which shows time and in the sentence It is under the table, under is a preposition which shows place.

Preposition Object of the Preposition Prepositional Phrase
to the store to the store
by bus by bus
at three o'clock at three o'clock
under the table under the table

Relative clause

A relative clause is a subordinate clause that modifies a noun phrase, most commonly a noun. For example, the phrase "the man who wasn't there" contains the noun man, which is modified by the relative clause who wasn't there. A relative clause can also modify a pronoun, as in "he to whom I have written", or a noun phrase which already contains a modifier, as in "the black panther in the tree, which is about to pounce". The complete phrase (modified noun phrase plus modifying relative clause) is also a noun phrase.

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เราแบ่งประเภทของ Phrase แต่ละชนิดตามคำหลัก (Head)ของมัน หรือ หน้าที่ที่มันทำอยู่ในประโยค
e.g. The plumber’s bill should have been paid last week. Head = paid ดังนั้นเป็น Verb phrase
โดยเราสามารถแบ่ง Phrase ออกเป็นประเภทตามหน้าที่ ที่คำหลักนั้นอยู่ในประโยคดังนี้

1. Prepositional phrase มีคำ Prepositionเป็นคำหลักของPhrase (Prep อยู่หน้าPhrase)
e.g. I called her on the phone. ฉันโทรหาหล่อนทางโทรศัพท์ (on the phone = Prep phrase)

2. Adjective phrase มีคำAdjectiveเป็นคำหลักของPhrase นอกจากนี้ยังหมายรวมถึง Phraseอื่นๆที่ทำหน้าที่เสมือน Adjอีกด้วย
e.g. She’s absolutely impervious to criticism. หล่อนไม่ครั่นคร้ามต่อคำวิพากษวิจารณ์ (Adj phrase)
That food is good to eat. อาหารนั้นมีประโยชน์ที่จะรับประทาน (Adj phrase)
John is a man with a kind nature. จอห์นเป็นชายที่มีนิสัยโอบอ้อมอารี (Adj phrase)

3. Adverb phrase คือphraseใดๆ ที่ทำหน้าที่เป็น Adverbในประโยค
e.g. The computer was devised specifically for use by those physicists. (Adv phrase)
John ran with great speed. (with great speed = quickly)(Adv phrase)
He fell to the ground. = down ตกลงที่ไหน (Adv phrase)

4. Noun phrase คือกลุ่มคำใดๆที่ทำหน้าที่เป็นคำนาม Nounในประโยค
e.g. Bali’s spectacular beaches, volcanoes, lakes, temples, and terraced rice fileds have made it one of the most visited places on earth.
(ถ้าเราตัดตัวที่ขีดเส้นใต้ออกประโยคก็จะขาด Noun)

5. Verb phrase คือphraseที่มี verbเป็นคำหลัก
e.g. The box must have been opened. (Verb phrase)
อย่าจำสับสนกับ Phrasal verb ที่เป็นกลุ่มคำพิเศษที่ประกอบด้วยVerbและ Particles (อาจเป็นAdverbหรือPreposition)ซึ่งอาจมีความหมายที่แตกต่างจาก Verbหลักไปเลย
e.g. We didn’t bargain for what happened. เราไม่ได้คิดสิ่งที่เกิดขึ้นไว้ล่วงหน้าเลย
(bargain ต่อรอง for = Phr V = expect คิดเอาไว้ก่อน)

6. Participle/Participial phrase กลุ่มคำที่มีParticipleเป็นคำหลักใช้ขยายความหมายเสมือน Adjective
e.g. The villagers lived in a house built of stone. (Past Part = ถูกสร้างจากหิน)
Being tired, we want to go home. (Present Part = รู้สึกเหนื่อย)
Walking along the street, we met John. (Present Part = ขณะกำลังเดินอยู่ที่ถนน)

7. Absolute phrase คือphraseผสมระหว่างNoun/Pronounกับ Participleโดยมีความหมายที่ไม่ได้เกี่ยวกับประโยคที่มันอยู่เลย
e.g. The students marching along, the people stood on both sides of the road.
นักเรียนเหล่านั้นกำลังเดินแถวตามๆกันมา ผู้คนเหล่านั้นได้ยืนอยู่บนสองฝากถนนนั้น
(นักเรียนเดิน ก็เดินไป ผู้คนยืน ก็ยืนไป ไม่ได้ขยายซึ่งกันและกัน)

8. Infinitive phrase กลุ่มคำที่มี Infinitive Toนำหน้า
e.g. John is the first man to walk in space. จอห์นเป็นมนุษย์คนแรกที่เดินในอวกาศ (To infinitive =ทำหน้าที่ขยาย man)

9. Gerund phrase กลุ่มคำที่ทำหน้าที่ของ Gerund
e.g. Her beautiful singing charmed us.
(Gerund phrase)
I hate having to clean the room. (Gerund phrase)