INTERNAL VIDEO NEWS #4

KUDOS

KUDOS

Deriving from Greek, kudos entered English as slang popular at British universities in the 19th century. In its earliest use, the word referred to the prestige or renown that one gained by having accomplished something noteworthy. The sense of meaning "praise given for achievement" came about in the 1920s.
Kudos is admiration or recognition that someone or something gets as a result of a particular action or achievement.

Are these the KUDOS

What we have to question ourselves is these KUDOS words are the ones your students are using or would use. Please research and come with your words, in English and your language.
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