1. If you *** a subject or course at school or university, you choose to study it.
2. The *** of a school are the children who go to it.
3. A *** is a fixed period of time when people are taught about a particular subject or taught how to do something.
4. A *** is an area of knowledge or study, especially one that you study at school, college, or university.
5. If you *** a subject at university, you study it. (BRIT FORMAL; in AM, use major, study )
6. If you ***, you spend time learning about a particular subject or subjects.
7. Your *** are the examinations that you have passed.
8. The *** of something is how good or bad it is.
9. *** means to get or reach (something) by working hard.
10. If someone or something has *** a certain stage, level, or amount, they are at that stage, level, or amount.
11. A *** is a series of questions that you must answer or actions that you must perform in order to show how much you know about a subject or how well you are able to do something.
12. An *** or *** is an official test that you take part in to show your knowledge or ability in a particular subject.
13. You use *** when referring to the level or amount of something that someone or something has.
14. A *** of a particular quality, feeling, or activity is a fairly large amount of it. (FORMAL) a unit used for stating the size, quantity or degree of sth; a system or a scale of these units
15. A *** is an activity or piece of work which you have to do, usually as part of a larger project.
16. An *** is the physical or mental energy that you need to do sth; sth that takes a lot of energy.
17. *** education is given to pupils between the ages of 5 and 11. (BRIT; in AM, use elementary )
18. *** education is given to pupils between the ages of 11 or 12 and 17 or 18.
19. A *** school (American English) is a school for students aged 14 to 18.
20. A *** at a university or college is a course of study that you take there, or the qualification that you get when you have passed the course.
21. A *** is an official document that you receive when you have completed a course of study or training. The qualification that you receive is sometimes also called a certificate.
22. Your *** are the marks or grades that you get for examinations you have taken. (mainly BRIT; in AM, usually use scores )
23. If you *** about a subject, you have studied it or taken an interest in it, and understand part or all of it.
24. If you *** someone or something, you know who that person is or what that thing is.
25. Your *** are the people you work with, especially in a professional job.
26. Your *** are students who are in the same class as you at school or college.
27. When you ***, you use spoken language to express your thoughts, ideas, or feelings.
28. When you ***, you use your voice in order to say something.
29. If you *** or *** a subject, you help students to learn about it by explaining it or showing them how to do it, usually as a job at a school, college, or university.
30. If you *** something, you obtain knowledge or a skill through studying or training.
31. If someone or something *** a test, they are considered to be of an acceptable standard.
32. A *** (in some British schools) is an older student with some authority over younger students and some other responsibilities and advantages
33. A *** is a person who is studying at a university or college.