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

The meaning of "Lecturer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I heard my lecturer said this Paper would learn ..... in the introduction of a course. Has paper the same meaning as subject or course? mean?

I will need more information to answer this question. did you record the lecturer?
Q: What does lecturer mean?
A: A lecturer is a person that gives lecture as a job. An example would be a teacher or a professor.
Q: What does "lecturer"

with the help of a lecturer, she design a bike mean?
A: A lecturer is a teacher / professor
Q: What does my lecturers

A: mis profesores

Synonyms of "Lecturer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between lecturer and professor and academic ?
A: A lecturer and professor are similar. Professors teach at universities, and lecturers give classes that are taught in the form of lectures. They are essentially the same thing. An academic is someone that does research in their field of study, and probably doesn’t teach as much as a lecturer or professor. Also, I’d say that a professor is more fancy of a title than lecturer lol! Hope this helps :D
Q: What is the difference between No other lecturers in the college are mort erudite than Martyn and No other lecturer in the college is mort erudite than Martyn ?
A: not mort . use more. only other difference is one is plural (lecturers). erudite is very intelligent or educated
Q: What is the difference between lecturer and speaker ?
A: A lecturer is usually teaching the audience while a speaker is just giving a speech. Hope that helps.
Q: What is the difference between lecturer and instructor ?
A: An instructor is basically anyone who teaches someone else something (this could refer to a teacher, tutor, trainer, lecturer, etc.)

A lecturer is a specific type of instructor that stands at the front of a room and teaches many people at once (e.g. at a college or university) with limited engagement from students (mostly one-way teaching where the lecturer speaks for a long time and the students mostly just listen and take notes).

Translations of "Lecturer"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I failed in a subject. so I come to see the 'concerned' lecturer to get some kind of remedy. Does the word 'concerned' suit the context?
A: Is the lecturer worried? Is the lecturer worried about the student?
If yes, “concerned” suits your context.

*also, come —> went :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i want to meet my lecturer
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lecturer
A: That's a really hard word to pronounce, even for native speakers. Here's my attempt

Other questions about "Lecturer"

Q: "A good lecturer speaks directly to and watches the response of single, identifiable people" - a sentence from a book. I don't get how "single" can be used with "people". They don't mean a nation here, I guess. "People" means all people in the room where the lecture is taking place - all listeners. How can all listeners be described by "single" ? (It's not about marital status either, I think)
A: The speaker/writer just means you need to have a number of distinct members of the audience (maybe like 4) that you look at and from whose reactions you can gauge how well your speech is going. If they said "person", it would only mean 1 audience member, and I suppose they mean several
Q: Could you tell me what the lecturer says at these three points? Correct or not.

1) 0:15~ Actually I expected the population to be a lot lower today. It typically runs between 50 and 60 percent on the day the research papers due.

2) 1:23~ The *** part of the name makes sense ~

3) 2:38~ because the bridge was built with steel cables and steel cables can't take the salt air unless they're treated repeatedly with a zinc based paint.
A: The plant she talks about is called "Manila hemp", she explains in the video the name of it, so she explains the first word 'Manila' and the second word 'hemp' seperately. She says that the Manila part of the name makes sense because this plant grows mainly in the philippines (Manila is the capital city of the philippines).
Hope my explanation is clear :)
Q: I am going to see my previous lecturer and I want to say some greets to her. In this situation what should I say? Or is this sound natural?

I took your class before.
I had taken your lecture last semester.
Or any ideas.. does this sound natural?
A: Going to say some greetings**
The greetings sound good though!
Q: A lecturer should not only impart knowledge to students, but also, perhaps even to a greater extent, to develop in them the ability to think independently, to encourage to learn science. Live chat with a knowledgeable inspired person who also knows how to explain, can instill an interest in science and to motivate students for the whole life. does this sound natural?
A: A lecturer should not only impart knowledge to students, but also, perhaps even to a greater extent, enable them to develop in them the ability to think independently and encourage them to learn science. A live chat with a knowledgeable, inspiring person who also knows how to explain, can instill an interest in science and motivate students for their whole life.

I edited it a little bit. Well done, that was very well written! :)
Q: lecturer are both talking about◯◯. However, the professor claims that ◯◯and refutes the main point made in the reading passage.The following three points of view between two parties are presented as followed.
First of all, the lecturer argues that◯◯, which questions the author’s point of view that◯◯.According to the speaker, he/she states that◯◯. He/She also mentions that◯◯.This point that the professor is addressing is in contradiction to what is indicated in the reading in the reading passage.
Second, the speaker takes the position that ◯◯, which is also opposed to the claim in the article that◯◯.In his/her opinion, he/she tells that◯◯. Furthermore, he/ she notes that◯◯.This is an important point that was not considered by the author of the reading passage.
does this sound natural?
A: I don't understand it, and also, we use xxx instead of ○○.

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