Schools, students, pupils.
- secondary school - fifteen-year-old pupil,a maths teacher,a headmaster.
EX. He was educated at the local secondary school in Shettleston.
- primary school - a five-year-old pupil,a teacher.
EX. She has two daughters. One is a primary school teacher, the other a musician.
- nursery school - three-year-old child.
EX. We've already put his name down for nursery school.
- university - 20-year-olds student, a professor.
EX. She had dreams of university.
- middle school - ten-year-old child.
EX. We haven't done the routine since middle school.
Лексика на тему образования. School phrases.
- to pay attention in class.
EG. If you pay attention in class you'll know how to use the programmes.
- to be late for classes.
EG. Better pick up your books or you'll be late for class.
- to cheat in the exams.
EG. The teacher caught a student cheating in the exam.
- to concentrate in class.
EG. My brother is having a hard time to concentrate in class.
- to annoy the teacher.
EX. He always annoys the teacher by using his cell phone in class.
- to study hard.
EX. You have to study hard to catch up with your class.
- to pass the exams.
EX. He made every effort to pass the exam.
listen to the teacher.
- EX. I listen to the teachers carefully, so I know exactly what to do.
Лексика на тему образования. Education phrases.
- to attend lectures.
EX. If you are enrolled in the university, you must attend lectures regularly.
- to fail your exams.
[feɪl jɔː exams]
EX.If he fails the exams, it will give him free lessons until he is successful.
- to get a degree.
[get ə dɪˈgriː]
EX. If I get a degree, I'll have a chance to get a good job.
- to revise for your exams.
[rɪˈvaɪz fɔː jɔː exams]
EX. You'd better revise history for the exam.
- to take school-leaving exams.
[teɪk skuːl-ˈliːvɪŋ exams]
EX. She successfully completed secondary education and took her school-leaving exams.
- to master a foreign language.
[ˈmɑːstə ɑ ˈfɒrɪn ˈlæŋgwɪʤ]
EX. The best way to master a foreign language is to go to the country where it is spoken.
- to sit up late at night.
[sɪt ʌp leɪt æt naɪt]
EX. I often sit up late at night getting ready for the exams.
- to practice English.
EX. You'll have to practice your English to get this job.
- to have extra tutoring
[hæv ˈekstrə ˈtjuːtərɪŋ]
EX. I think we probably need an extra tutoring session.
- to enroll for a language course
[ɪnˈrəʊl fɔː ɑ ˈlæŋgwɪʤ kɔːs]
EX. If you want to improve your English, you should enroll for a language course.
- hard-working - always doing a lot of work.
- clever - having or showing the ability to learn and understand things quickly and easily.
- loud -making a lot of noise.
- lazy - not willing to work or use any effort.
- polite - behaving in a way that is socially correct and shows understanding of and care for other people's feelings.
- creative - producing or using original and unusual ideas.
- naughty - When children are naughty, or their behaviour is naughty, they behave badly or do not do what they are told to do.