Here’s a useful Korean expression that you can use when you want to say “I have a lot of work today“. ***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.
Team Jean had their Team Performance Meeting last July 16, 2019. The teachers who got excellent QA scores and perfect attendance for the month of June received their rewards and certificates. For Douzone employees, you may use the link below to see all the photos: \\duzonenh2\blog$\01 Blog Posting\2019\July\16\TPM_Jean
Team Ronald had their Team Performance Meeting last July 12, 2019. Teachers received their small gifts for having a Perfect attendance and for an exemplary Class Performance for the month of June 2019. For Douzone teachers and staff, you may use the link below: \\duzonenh2\blog$\01 Blog Posting\2019\July\16\TPM_Ronald
In line with the company’s goal, Team Chie recently had their team calibration with QS Jeni. The teachers provided the scores they have given to the sample class. A perfect calibration score and a reward were given to Teacher Marzelle. Check out their pictures!
Want to know which team won in the recent KClub Role- Play Video Contest? Check out the tally scores below.
(a) between You can use the word between when you are talking about distinct, individual items even if there are more than two of them. For example: “She chose between Harvard, Brown, and Yale” (because the colleges are individual things.) (b) among You can use among when you are talking about things that aren’t distinct […]
KClub recently launched a role-play video contest to practice the knowledge of Douzone teachers in Korean language. Check out the highlights of the KClub Video Premiere held last Wednesday, (July 10, 2019). For Douzone staff, you check the link to watch the video: \\duzonenh2\blog$\01 Blog Posting\2019\July\15\VP
Don’t have any idea on what topic to discuss for Premium Talking Today? Then, please check out this article by DMM. Japanese women are saying “No” to wearing high heels at work in what’s been called the #KuToo movement. #KuToo is a play on words referencing the #MeToo movement, with the word “kutsu” meaning “shoes,” and […]