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

The meaning of "Programme" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does programmes mean?
A: more than one program
Q: What does "capture-initiation programme " in the SAS Selection mean?
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Synonyms of "Programme" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between programme and program ?
A: Just the spelling. USA - Program UK - Programme
Q: What is the difference between programme and program ?
A: Ok, so Americans always say program (apparently). In the U.K. we use programme for everything except computer programs. So; "I am really enjoying this TV programme" "The programme for tonight's concert is terrible." "My computer program won't run!!" The last one is unfortunately true for me... Hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between Each programme was assigned at random a division that had been historically high in productivity and a division that had been below average in productivity. and Each programme was assigned at random to a division that had been historically high in productivity and a division that had been below average in productivity. ?
A: In my opinion the second sentence is just more explicitly worded and perhaps more formal. When you write "assigned a division" you are really implying "assigned to a division". The word "that" can be dropped similarly For example "The movie I saw yesterday was good" Vs "the movie that I saw yesterday was good"
Q: What is the difference between programme and program ?
A: Yes, programme is the French and British English spelling.

Translations of "Programme"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you say "programme" in English(US)?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? programme Télé
A: tv program/ tv show
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? programme des candidats à la présidence. would it make sense if I say candidate for president&#39...
A: Maybe "presidential candidates program" would work better.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? programme of study
A: If you are talking about the subject that you are focused on studying (in university, etc): major, concentration If you are talking about the levels of study available at a university: bachelors degree, masters degree, PhD

Other questions about "Programme"

Q: "The programme focus on showing effective methods that are currently using by companies around the world in order to make online shopping and home delivery more environmental friendly." does this sound natural?
A: "The programme focus is on showing effective methods that are currently being used by companies around the world, in order to make online shopping and home delivery more environmentally friendly."
Q: Please show me how to pronounce the programme schedule..
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Q: I would recommend this programme to anybody who enjoys getting new knowledge does this sound natural?
A: I would recommend this program to anyone who enjoys (gaining new knowledge / learning new things)
Q: Now nearly all the programme logs exceed the scheduled time does this sound natural?
A: "Programme" is an old spelling. If it's a computer program, then "program" is correct :)
Q: Which is more natural? I enrolled in this programme or I was enrolled in this programme.
A: I don't think Zoeyyy means the passive voice. I enrolled in the program indicates that sometime in the past, you filled out a form and enrolled. e.g. I went to the office and I enrolled in the program. or I came to Australia and enrolled in the program. The enrolling occurs at a specific time. I was enrolled in the program. Means sometime in the past, you were continuously taking part in a program. e.g. While I was at school I was enrolled in the program. But as codatwiggs suggest, it could also be the passive. Sometime in the past someone else filled out a form and you were enrolled. e.g. My mother made an unilateral decision and I was enrolled in the program. In this case, the enrolling was done to you, without your volition.

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