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

The meaning of "Classroom" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I come alive in a classroom mean?
A: It means that you really like teaching and feel very excited and energized when you teach.
Q: What does You walk into the classroom and just plunk your stuff down on any old desk.... mean?
A: plunk is like to carelessly put or toss something down.
Q: What does where is your classroom là gì vậy mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does classroom litter monitor mean?
A: It means that the person is in charge of keeping the class clean of litter.

Example sentences using "Classroom"

Q: Please show me example sentences with at classroom or in the classroom ... in which case I can use .
A: "At classroom" is barely used, and grammatically incorrect, I think.
Here some some examples of "In the classroom."

"I left my book in the classroom."
"We're having a party in the classroom."
"My friends and I met up in the classroom.
"There was a stray cat that wandered into the classroom."

Synonyms of "Classroom" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between In the classroom, Mrs. Green was teaching the kids how to paint and draw and In the classroom, Mrs. Green was teaching the kids how to paint and to draw ?
A: “In the classroom, Mrs. Green was teaching the kids how to paint and draw” is the better sentence.

When combining “to paint” and “to draw” you do not write “to” again.
Ex. I like to sing, dance, and paint.
Ex. Mrs. Green was teaching the kids how to paint and draw.

If you have the “to” included you have to have a verb before that.
Ex. I like to sing. I like to dance. I like to paint.
Ex. Mrs. Green was teaching the kids how to paint and how to draw (NOT “...how to paint and to draw”)
Q: What is the difference between Could you tell me what is in the classroom ? and Could you tell me what in the classroom is ? and Could you tell me what your name is ? ?
A: I'll give you some examples and I hope you will see that the shape of the sentence depends on how the word IS is used. It depends on what kind of phrase is on the right-hand-side of the original question.

Who is he? Could you tell me who he is?
Who is watching? Could you tell me who is watching?

What is that? Could you tell me what that is?
What is happening? Could you tell me what is happening?
What is that in the corner? Could you tell me what that is in the corner?
What is in the corner? Could you tell me what is in the corner?
What is in the classroom? Could you tell me what is in the classroom?

Where is he? Could you tell me where he is?
Where is the bathroom? Could you tell me where the bathroom is?

How is he? Could you tell me how he is?
How is he feeling? Could you tell me how he is feeling?


Q: What is the difference between I cleaned the classroom and I have cleaned the classroom ?
A: I cleaned the classroom : simple past tense. It means you did it for long ago
I have cleaned the classroom : present perfect tense. it means you did it recently
Q: What is the difference between The classroom is cleaned by he. and The classroom has been cleaned by he. ?
A: The first sentence seems to be present tense or future tense. Meaning that he is cleaning or is about to clean the classroom. A better way to say it is... He cleaned the classroom. Or he is cleaning the classroom
Q: What is the difference between I'll open the classroom's door and I'll open the classroom door ?
A: Although it isn't technically wrong, no one would say "classroom's door". "I'll open the classroom door" is correct.

Translations of "Classroom"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 英作文です。教室に着いて初めて辞書を家に忘れてきたことに気づいた。It was not until I arrived the classroom that I found that I left my dictionary at home.
A: It is for the first time in the classroom I noticed that I had forgotten my dictionary at home.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this? At classroom, you want to know where(which chapter) the lecture stopped last time. How do you ask to your friend?
A: "What page are we on?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? in classroom, which expression is most natural?
prepare for lesson, prepare lesson, prepare the lesson. or could i use other words like class, lesson, course... etc?
A: "Prepare for class"? Or maybe "Get ready for class.",since it the most used saying.

Other questions about "Classroom"

Q: She glanced the classroom. does this sound natural?
A: This phrase needs a preposition to be complete and sound natural. It lets us know that she glanced and that her glance was relative to the classroom, but a preposition would tell us what the glance's relationship to the classroom was.
She glanced... at/toward/around/past... the classroom.
Q: Not only have common classrooms, but also have computer classrooms which are specially built for listening course. In addition to art classrooms and so on. does this sound natural?
A: It should be,

They not only have regular classrooms, but also computer classrooms which were specially built for listening courses in addition to art classrooms and so on.
Q: I like my classroom teacher, but I'm frightened when she scolds us. does this sound natural?
A: "I get frightened when she scolds us." sounds more natural.
Q: It seems the classroom is empty. Why no one get in the class. does this sound natural?
A: It seems the classroom is empty. Why isn't there anyone in class?
Q: Which classroom will we take the test? does this sound natural?
A: You're very close: "In which classroom will we take the test?"

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