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Graduation September 11, 2015

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“Never give up on something you really want.? It’s difficult to wait but it’s more difficult to regret.”

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HOSTS:? Teacher Vincent and Student Cherry

OPENING REMARKS: Teacher Lavenia

PRESENTATION:

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  • Student Fernandez

Dance Number

  • Student Hide with some teachers

GRADUATES:

ANGELINE – TAKASE YONAHA – Japan

MOMO – GOTO MOMOKO – Japan

HIDE – HIDEMI EGUCHI – Japan

LEBRON – MATSUZAWA YUKI – Japan

JETAR – AKAMINE KATSUHIRO – Japan

MIKA – CHIKIRA AKANE – Japan

FERNANDEZ? – KAMIYA JUNKI – Japan

RISU – SUGIYAMA TAKUYA – Japan

ROSE – OKAMOTO YUKI – Japan

LORA – KOBAYASHI MASAYO – Japan

AMY – YOSHIDA AMY – Japan

JASMIN – KURIYAMA CHIAKI – Japan

REINA – HO TSU-YI – Taiwan

AYA – MIZUTANI AYAKA – Japan

BILL – UEMOTO TADAAKI – Japan

VICKI – LI WEI ? China

CONGRATULATIONS!

Learn English the Right Way!

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ALWAYS VS

English Tip : ALWAYS? VS. ALL WAYS

ALWAYS VS

 

 

 

ALWAYS

- at all times; on all occasions

- as a last resort

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EXAMPLES:

 

  1. If the marriage doesn’t work out, we can ALWAYS get divorced.
  2. You can ALWAYS take it back to the shop.
  3. He ALWAYS arrives on time
  4. The clock ALWAYS chimes on the hour.
  5. I’ve?ALWAYS?thought about this, but I never took any actions.

 

 

ALL WAYS

-by every means or method

-is often used with an article or an adjective: “all the ways”, “all your ways

-by all routes

 

EXAMPLES:

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  1. Sam tried ALL WAYS to navigate the storm.
  2. I will help you in ALL WAYS possible.
  3. You must follow ALL the WAYS in Philinter to be able to adapt properly.
  4. This problem can come around?ALL WAYS?(both ways, both sides).
  5. I have tried ALL the WAYS to improve my English skills.

 

 

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Learn English the Right Way!

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Graduation September 03, 2015

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Learn everything you can, anytime you can, from anyone you can; there will always come a time when you will be grateful you did.”??Sarah Caldwell

HOSTS: Teacher Ni?a and Student Mike

Opening Remarks: Teacher Diomel

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GRADUATES:

CHERISE – WU CHI-HUA? – Taiwan

LEO – LEE HWANGIL – Korea

FION – CHANG MING-YING – Taiwan

HIKARI – HARA HIKARI – Japan

LINDY – CHIEN YUN – Taiwan

TOMMY – HUNG SHENG-HSIANG – Taiwan

CRYSTAL – SHIBUYA SHIORI – Japan

CHRIS – TODA KAZUKI – Japan

TIA – YAMAGUCHI HINAKO – Japan

WINNIE – HUANG YU-CHI – Taiwan

HAN – SHOYA FURUYAMA – Japan

MISA – OKADA MISA ? Japan

CONGRATULATIONS!

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Spelling Bee 2015

Philinter Spelling Bee Challenge 2015

Spelling Bee 2015

 

Philinter Spelling Bee Challenge 2015

 

Knowledge was definitely put to the test in this year’s Philinter Spelling Bee Challenge. All courses: IELTS, Business, TOEIC, General ESL, and IPS, went head to head during the August 28th event, with two students representing each course. Junior ESL also participated with its own category.

 

The Adult Category was subcategorized into Mid-Level and Upper Level categories. IPS, with 95 points emerged as the overall champion, with General ESL coming in a close second with 94 points. TOEIC, IELTS, and Business ranked third, fourth, and fifth respectively. In the Junior Category, Student Phoebe won against Student Jboss.

 

This year’s competition aimed to focus on the linguistic aspects of expanding vocabulary range and control. Likewise, phonology and other language areas such as synonyms, definition, and proper usage were the event’s take-home highlights.

 

The Philinter Spelling Bee Challenge 2015 was hosted by Mr. Clifford and Mr. Shawn and was judged by the Business Coordinator, Mr. Garrick Nehls. The event was formally opened by the HR Head, Ms. Jecil N. Tu?acao, followed randomly by each section entertaining the crowd with song or dance numbers.

 

 

Yota

Philinter Memories : Yota

Yota

“Philinter Memories”

By: Yota (Yohtaro Yasu)

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???????????? ?I’m Yota from Japan. I have stayed in Philinter for 2 weeks. My short Philiter life passed rapidly. Two weeks is very short. I wish I could stay longer but my vacation is about to end. If I stay longer, I will be laid off. My Philinter life is fascinating. All my experiences in Philinter are my precious fortune. I will remember you all and what we talked about. In my study, it was so hard to improve my English in time, but I think I have achieved my goal in Philinter because the teachers make me aware of my lack of grammar skill. I should keep studying to improve my English. Finally, I want to thank my teachers for teaching me, my friends for the good memories and to my buddy teacher thank you for your help.