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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!

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Philinter Life By BARAMEE VONGWONGRUK _Thai Student

Philinter Life
By: BARAMEE VONGWONGRUK _Thai Student

2-17-2017_BARAMEE VONGWONGRUK_IPS Student_Thai

I’ve attended Philinter for 2 weeks in the IPS course. I had to attend 9 classes per day; 5 one-on-one classes and 4 group classes. These varieties of classes helped me improve my speaking skills and my teachers did not only teach me about English but also the ability to speak the language well. Having been in Philinter with international students and a speaking environment makes me much more confident to speak English. Compared to other ESL schools, the courses in Philinter are very interesting with different teaching methods. One-on-one classes are so intensive and I would personally recommend the IPS course for those students who want to improve their speaking skills with immediate effect. In addition, I have met many friends from different countries, particularly in Asia with various backgrounds and I’ve also learned about their culture. It’s very beneficial for me that I have a chance to listen and speak to foreigners using English as a means of communication. The best way to study English is not only with native speakers of the language but also with those people who are learning the same way I do. Last but not the least, I guarantee that here in Philinter, all teachers are dedicated to help students improve their English skills. For me, 2 weeks is too short! I wish I could have stayed longer. Anyhow, I would like to thank everyone who had a part in my short stay in Philinter. You have been a great help to me and I will never forget you. Till we meet again.

2017feb17

Graduation February 17 , 2017

“The language we use influences the way we think.”- Steven Pinker

HOSTS: Teacher Jeca and Student Jay K.
OPENING REMARKS: Teacher Salome

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GRADUATES:
ACE – LEE DONGGEUN – Korean
HESIBELL – HE JIU JIU – Chinese
FRANCIS – YANG SHAN-YI – Taiwanese
SUNNY – SOYEONG YU – Korean
MICKEY – MIKI MIZOGUCHI – Japanese
TAKU – HIGASHI TAKUMI – Japanese
HIKICHI – HIKICHI YUKI – Japanese
EMMA – NAM HYEYEUN -Korean
ARNO – DENG KAIYANG – Chinese
ELISE – HUANG SHIH-TING – Taiwanese
MARY – GAN LIANG – Chinese
YUKA – IRIKURA YUKA – Japanese
NINI – HUANG SHIH-NI – Taiwanese
MIMI – SUNAYAMA MICHIE ? Japanese

CONGRATULATIONS!

Learn English the Right way!

2017Feb10

Graduation February 10 , 2017

“Language is best taught when it is being used to transmit messages, not when it is explicitly taught for conscious learning.” ― Stephen D. Krashen

HOSTS: Teacher Karen and Student Yuta
OPENING REMARKS: Teacher Shawn

2017Feb10

GRADUATES:
JAY – WANG JIAYUAN – Chinese
SHEILY – WANG CHUN – Chinese
GRACE – AHN YEJIN – Korean
CINDY – WANG XINRAN – Chinese
YUKI – INOUE YUKI – Japanese
DAISY – NAKAMURA YUKI – Japanese
ASUMI – SHIGEMURA ASUMI – Japanese
WANGER – WANG BAOZHONG – Chinese
JAKE – AHN SEHEE – Korean
BARRY – CHEN CHUN-YU – Taiwanese
JIM – CHEN JUI-CHING – Taiwanese
DAVID WANG – WANG WEI – Chinese
LILY – XIE LILI – Chinese
JC – CHANG HSIN-HUNG – Taiwanese
TRISTA – PENG HSIN JUNG – Taiwanese
IVY – MUNKHBAYAR VANCHIGMAA – Mongolian
TAKA – MATSUMOTO YOSHITAKA – Japanese
TOM – KATO KEI – Japanese
BIG – BARAMEE VONGWONGRUK – Thai
ABBY CHAN – CHAN HAN-YU – Taiwanese
YUTA – YUTA FURUICHI – Japanese