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Graduation February 24 , 2016

“Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty, and persistence.” – Colin Powell

HOSTS: Teacher Peach and Teacher Goen
OPENING REMARKS: Ms. Sasha

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GRADUATES:

JOSHUA – KOO KANG JI – Korean
IRENE – KANG JIHU – Korean
DEREK – KANG INSEONG – Korean
ERIK – MENDBAYAR ERDENEBAATAR – Mongolian
JANA – YOSHIKAWA JUNKO – Japanese
ANNIE – HIRATA MIKA – Japanese
BOB – MIYATAKE YUKI – Japanese
TINA – NOJIRI CHINATSU – Japanese
TAKE – TANAKA TAKESHI – Japanese
ANT – LE THI NGOC YEN – Vietnamese
VIVIAN – SUNG HYOKYUNG – Korean
TOMO – TOMOAKI MAHIKO – Japanese
NORI – TAKUNORI UEDA – Japanese
YOSHI – YOSHIYUKI FUJII – Japanese
MISA – ATARASHI MISA – Japanese
TAMAKI – IKEMOTO TAMAKI – Japanese
ARIA – NA HANUI – Korean
MARI – FURUYA MARIKO – Japanese
JAY – NAKASHIMA ZAISEI – Japanese
ANGELA – CHA SO RA – Taiwanese
CHEN-CHEN – CHEN CHEN-YU – Taiwanese
JASPER – JEONG WOOSUNG ? Korean

CONGRATULATIONS!

Learn English the Right way!

IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO

Idiom : IT TAKES TWO TO TANG

IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO
?Both people involved in a situation are equally responsible for it
?Actions or communication need more than one person

IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO

EXAMPLES:
1.Don’t blame me for the argument. IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO! You are equally responsible.
2.The bill will never be passed unless both parties bury their differences and work out a compromise ? IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO.
3.It’s not right to blame only the other woman for his adulterous affair ? IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO.
4.If you want to play that game, you need a partner who will play with you. IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO.
5.I cannot do this all alone, neither can you ? IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO.

Learn English the Right way!