Team Kyle had a blast last October 4, 2019 when they had their first Game Night for the month of October. The members of the team were divided into two and played a game called ‘Name That Tune’ led by Teacher Honey and Teacher Mela. They guessed some songs sang by Taylor Swift, EXO, and […]
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Can you guess the meaning of “at a loss for words” 가 무슨 의미인지 아시겠어요? ANSWER (답): – Not knowing what to say, especially because you are very surprised or shocked. SAMPLE SENTENCE (샘플 문장): “He hesitated and briefly appeared at a loss for words.“ IDIOM SOURCE ***Disclaimer: The IAMDouzone Blog doesn’t own any of […]
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Team Kyle said goodbye to Teacher Joshua last September 25, 2019. The team prepared a simple dinner and a card with each member’s farewell message as a way of showing appreciation for his short but sweet stay as their team member. He, in return, bought some pizza to express his gratitude. Check out their photos!
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We are thrilled to announce our Halloween Celebration for this year with our team contests. Kindly encourage ALL teams to participate in ALL our activities to continuously promote engagement and work-life balance.
Grammarly Blog gave some tips on using “was” and “were” in “If” Clauses. Check out this post. According to Grammarly Blog, an unreal Conditional Sentence expresses events that are hypothetical or improbable. If the verb in the if clause is “to be,” use “were,” even if the subject of the clause is a third person singular subject […]
Tolearnenglish.com gave the following rules that will help us learn how to use ‘because of vs because ’ Because of and because are both used to introduce reasons. (a) Because of is a preposition, it is generally followed by a verb + ing or a noun Example: Because of feeling sick, Maria didn’t go to the supermarket. […]
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