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+662-2614646

Mon-Sat

09:00-20:00

Fun to speak.

 GEOS Offer...

Thai, English, Japanese, and prep courses (TOEIC, TOEFL, IELTS, SAT, and EIKEN)

as well as online courses and corporate training.

Study Abroad Program in: Singapore, Taiwan, Korea, Japan,

Hong Kong, UK,USA, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

Certified by the Ministry of Education!

All our experienced teachers are native speakers from the U.S.A., England, and Canada, dedicated to supporting your improvement.

5-minute walk from Asoke

BTS Station

22nd Floor, Jasmine City Building (Sukhumvit 23) 

*Identification card required to enter the    building. 

Please call us on

02-261-4646-7

Line ID: geosthailand

Mon-Sat: 09:00-20:00  

Enquiry by email is available here

GEOS is closed on Sunday

and public holidays

NEWS

October 2, 2019

English Kid's Course

The classes are held on weekday evenings and Saturdays.

Central's classes enable children to develop creative learning and focusing on their confidence to speaking English. Our experienced teachers can teach all kids by age up to 5 years old.

All classes are focusing on reading, speaking, writing and listening parts which helps students to be able to speak English confidently.

September 4, 2019

                               
Pub Culture


The term pub is a short term for “public house.” A British pub is a place in the neighborhood
where people gather for drinks and discussions after the daily grind.

  • Order from the bar and not from your table. The pubs do not usually have table service.

  • When seated with a group, one should get the order of everybody so as not to crowd the bar.

  • To give tip to your server, offer him or her a drink. It will be added to your tab. If a tip jar is existent, monetary tips are welcome as well.

  • One bell from the bar means last order. Two means the bar is closed.

Queuing
The next time you see yourself impatiently falling in line to get tickets to a film showing, think of the humbling history of queuing which traces back to World War II.

Turns out, this social action in which British p...

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