Just recently, Ms. Zozibini Tunzi was crowned the new Ms. Universe 2019 for nailing the Q&A portion of the pageant. Inspired by her empowering answer, our Douzone PM teachers also did their best to express their thoughts based on the questions asked during the PM TM Quiz Bee held last Monday. This was conducted by […]
Can you guess the meaning of “Santa’s workshop” 가 무슨 의미인지 아시겠어요? ANSWER (답): – The workshop of Santa Claus, where Santa or his elves are said to make the toys that he delivers on Christmas. SAMPLE SENTENCE (샘플 문장): “I’m sure the elves in Santa’s workshop are making the toys you’ll get for Christmas […]
The battle of the brightest teams continues! Check out the updated poster below for more details.
Yesterday, three of our Douzone employees celebrated their special day with their friends and co-workers in the office. Happy happy birthday to Ms. Vernz, IT Mark and Sir Caloy!! Thank you for the delicious treat! May your lives be filled with happiness, success and love! ^_^ To watch the video, you may use the link […]
Team Chie had their calibration meeting last December 6, making this the last calibration meeting for the year. All full-time teachers monitored and scored a particular class. Headed by QS Jenny, their scores and reasons were then discussed among themselves. This was done to familiarize the teachers about what makes a class get a high […]
Here’s a useful Korean expression that you can use when you want to say “Gift/ Present”. ***DISCLAIMER: The Iamdouzone Blog doesn’t own any of the pictures, videos, articles or excerpt of the article/s featured above. Credits to the owner/s were properly stated.
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They say, “Ask and You Shall Receive”. So if any of your wishes will be granted this Christmas, what would you wish for? Write your wishes in the comments section below.
Team Ronald would like to greet everyone a very happy holiday! Check out their photo card below.
Grammarbook.com gave the following rules that will help us learn how to use “when” and “whenever”. Rule 1 – If an event is unique or its date or time is known, use when. Example:The game will begin Friday evening when the clock strikes seven. Rule 2 – Whenever is best used for repeated events or events whose date or time is […]