Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Class"

The meaning of "Class" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I have classes in English at The Embassy Language School mean?
A: Я учусь английскому языку в линвистической школе при посольстве.
Q: What does to switch classes mean?
A: switch classes mean:
change classes
Q: What does to withdraw a class mean?
A: To leave or remove (withdraw) a class from your schedule.
Q: What does to have no class mean?
A: it means someone is rude or lacking any manners
Q: What does are you enrolling in the class? what's the enrollment dates? mean?
A: Yeah I understand you! It could be used interchangeably. When you say a sentence with "are you......." It can be used as present or future. "Are you doing something?" The response would most likely be "doing something when?" "Are you doing something now?" That is present.
"Are you doing something later?" Is future. Another example.. "Are you studying?" "Yes I am." -present
"Are you going to study?"
"Yes in a bit." Future. I'm sorry if I'm not explaining well. It really has to do with how the sentence is said.

Example sentences using "Class"

Q: Please show me example sentences with バッグからテキストブックを出して下さい。

At the class, I’m a teacher.
I want to ask my students to take their textbook and a pencil from their back.

“Get ready for the class.
Take your textbook and pencil from your back.”.
A: Ok class/people/children, take out your textbook and stationeries/pencil box.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to cut (classes).
A: E.g.

I think I'll skip class tomorrow.

Are you going to skip class?

Teenagers also use "to bunk" e.g.
Where's Tom? He's bunking.
Q: Please show me example sentences with can I say? I can’t make today’s class? .
A:

I can’t make today’s class

Is fine
Q: Please show me example sentences with in which class do/are you studying. and which class are/do you studying in everyone tell me please how to current sentence grammatical .
A: In which class are you studying? Which class are you studying in? — These sentences have the same meaning; the only difference is the position of “in”.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I am going to miss a class on Thursday and Friday sentence is It correct ?.
A: “On” and “this” work equally well and mean the same thing :)

Synonyms of "Class" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between take classes and take a class ?
A: "take classes" is plural. "take a class" is singular. "classes" is the plural of "class".
Q: What is the difference between skip class and ditch class ?
A: There is no difference between skipping class and ditching class. They both mean the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between class and lesson ?
A: Usually interchangeable, but there are different connotations to each word:

Lesson = the material covered in one chapter of a textbook or one session of class. A "lesson" can last about an hour or two.

Class = the time when students get together to listen to a lesson of a particular subject in school. "I'm in physics class right now."

Class can also mean the group of students.
Also, all of the lessons for the semester or year for one subject.

Here's another word:

Course = the entire year or semester worth of classes of one or more related subjects. "My accounting course this semester includes 3 different classes that all meet for 2 lessons every day."
Q: What is the difference between class and course and lesson ?
A: A "class" is the group of students. For example; The class went on a school trip.

A "course" is a subject the person/class is learning. Normally at college or university. For example; The class had to decide which course they wanted to study in college.

A "lesson" is what you call when the teacher is teaching the class. for example "The teacher was giving the class a lesson in maths"

Hope this helps:)
Q: What is the difference between class and lesson ?
A: A lesson can be anything that you learn something from. A class is officially organized lessons with teachers/students

"I teased a dog and he bit me- I learned a valuable lesson"

Translations of "Class"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 방금 내 첫 번째 수업이 끝났다. 다음 수업 준비하로 다른 교실로 가야한다.

my first class is just finished and now I have to be going to other classroom to have second class.
A: I just finished my first lesson. I have to go to another classroom to prepare for the next class.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 授業中(I'm in a class? during a class? while sitting a class?)
A: I'm in class.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this class style remind me of the class that I took in high school.
A: Hopefully this helps! 😁
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 你给我的名字做标记了吗? this happens when you attend your class , and your teacher check the attendence by calling people's name and make a mark on the name list.
A: We would just ask "Have you taken my attendance yet?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does 習い事 mean? like I have a 習い事 after class.
A: @Ipeace: gotcha! So basically it means "lessons", or "practice", depending on the activity. "Piano lessons"; "soccer practice" etc.

Other questions about "Class"

Q: After each class, if you leave it without reviewing the content for 1 week, you will have forgotten it completely. does this sound natural?
A:

After each class, if you don't review the content within a week you will have forgotten it completely.
Q: I was absent from your class last week because of my circle activity. So, I would like to ask if my attendance was counted as absent or present? I think it was to treat I did take part in the class because it’s official activity. does this sound natural?
A: "I think it should be treated as I was present during class because the circle activity was official."
Q: which is right?

The wealthy classes are benefited from the people's work.

The wealthy classes are benefited from the work of the people.
A: No keep the rest of the sentence, just add mine in at the end.
The wealthy classes are benefiting from the people's work.
Q: (During class, mainly teacher speaks) Sorry to bother you, I'm so tired and can't help sleeping. Would you mind if I stand up for a while?
Is it right? If it is not, could you fix it?:) does this sound natural?
A: You could try "Sorry to bother you, but I'm so tired and can't help falling asleep." The 2nd sentence is good :)
Q: Though I am in the class, but I can chat with you occasionally.

Please help to check if the gramma of the above sentence is ok or how to say it.
Appreciate it !
Best Regards,
A: Although I am in class, I can chat with you occasionally.

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