LS Refresher 55: Come up with vs. Come upon someone/something

Cambridge Dictionary gave the following rules  that will help us learn how to use come up with and come upon someone/something. a. Come up with (something):   to suggest or think of an idea or plan. Example: She’s come up with some amazing scheme to double her income.  b. Come upon (someone/something): to find or meet someone […]

DUZON DON REWARDS: Teacher Clarice’s Family Dinner

One of our Top 10 Earners enjoyed her Duzon Don Reward with her family last weekend! Check out some of her photos. “I was able to treat my family to dinner, thanks to the Duzon Don Program! I hope the company continues this program because it makes us teachers become aware of how we can […]