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

The meaning of "Scholarship" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "scholarship" mean?
A: Scholarship is when you are sponsored meaning you don't pay, there is someone supporting you and pays for u. In school terms it means, the school pays for you for different reasons like either you are a really good student or for financial situations
Q: What does scholarships mean?
A:

A specific subject will grant you a financial support for your academic or school achievements.
Q: What does extend my scholarship mean?
A: 據我所知,若干給予獎學金的組織有幾個延長獎學金的條件,因此他們要求接受者每隔一定時間把成績書寄給他們,為的是決定要不要繼續給予獎學金。可能是這種情況吧?

Example sentences using "Scholarship"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "scholarship".
A: Scholarship can refer to the idea of high level learning or to a lump sum of money awarded to a student to be used for school tuition.
"Harvard is my dream school, but the only way I'll be able to afford it is if I get a scholarship."
"This paper shows some really excellent scholarship."
"I have to stay in and study this weekend. If my grades sink much lower I'll risk losing my scholarship."
"She's here on an athletic scholarship."
"Is it a merit-based scholarship or a need-based scholarship."

Synonyms of "Scholarship" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "scholarship" and "grant" ?
A: scholarship = for a student to take courses

grant = for a professor to do research
Q: What is the difference between scholarship and award ?
A: a scholarship is more to do with education or university/learning whereas an award is for more general use.
he received a reward for his hard work.
he received a scholarship in nursing
Q: What is the difference between she expected to get the scholarship and she hoped to get the scholarship ?
A: Ex. "I expect to get this scholarship because I have great grades."
"I hope I get this scholarship even though my grades aren't that great."
Expected is like something that you know is gonna happen. Hope is more that you wish something will happen.
Q: What is the difference between scholarship and internship and grant ?
A: A scholarship is money you get from a school usually because you made good grades.
"She got a scholarship from Ohio State."
An internship is a job or research opportunity. It can either paid or unpaid.
"Marcus can't go on a vacation this summer because he's doing an internship at Apple."
A grant is money from the government for you to go to school but some grants are for research or community projects.

Hope that helped!

Translations of "Scholarship"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‎I got a scholarship in my third grade. ** “in my third grade” sounds natural? Let me know how natives say in this kind of context. :)
A: 대학교 3학년 때?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Which is better? "You are eligible to the scholarship" or "You are eligible to get the scholarship"
A: どちらともちょっと不自然ですが、1番より2番のほうが良い。正しいのは You are eligible for the scholarship.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to get scholarship to go to US?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? scholarship, i has scholarship in the first year of university
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Scholarship"

Q: " Because of it , she got an academic scholarship, at fist she doesn't wanna go, but at the end she accepted, at school there are a cult called F4, that the 4 students more respected and feared make part. " does this sound natural?
A: Is this Boys Over Flowers? Haha.

I have a few changes:

“Because of it, she got an academic scholarship. At first she /didn’t/ want to go, but at the end she accepted. At /the/ school there /is/ a cult called F4, /in which/ the 4 /most/ respected and feared students take part.”

Didn’t: because you’re talking about the past.

The: grammar point.

Is: singular.

In which: because they take part /in/ the cult.

Most: they are the “most” respected because no one fears anyone else, it’s just them.

I hope this made sense 😅
Q: I've received the scholarship to go to Korea this summer!!
Thanks for helped me
does this sound natural?
A: Thanks for helping me

other than that it sounds good
Q: Although both of them are trying to get the scholarship, she has the highest grades. does this sound natural?
A: Good job ^^
Q: although both of them are trying to get scholarship, she has the highest grades. does this sound natural?
A: "get a scholarship"
Q: I was proud to win "..."academic scholarship for consecutive four years with $1000. does this sound natural?
A: "For 4 consecutive years"

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