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

The meaning of "Student" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does graduating students mean?
A: it refers to those studying in the final year of an institution such as a university
Q: What does high achieving students are more likely to use pot mean?
A: I see... In the study that they conducted the students who performed well/ have good grades/ A+ students in school are more likely to smoke marijuana as compared to does who do not do well in school.
Q: What does they'r catching up at the students' longue. mean?
A: 'catching up' is slang for meeting and talking
Q: What does student body mean?
A: Group of students at a school
Q: What does I want to apply to be your student again if you are available. mean?
A: I want to be your student if you can take me.

I want to be your student if you have time.

I want to be your student if you are free.

"Apply" is the process. Signing up, enrolling, registering, etc.

Example sentences using "Student"

Q: Please show me example sentences with she was my brightest student, the professor said (in reported speech) .
A: The professor said she was his/her brightest student. (His if professor is a man, her if professor is a woman.)

The professor said, "She was my brightest student."
Q: Please show me example sentences with this "with" in "my students presented me with some flowers"..
A: @kaeruvim I honestly don't know what function "with" serves here but both of your example sentences are perfectly fine.
Q: Please show me example sentences with student life.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with student teaching, or student teacher .
A: A "student teacher" is a college student who helps teach in a classroom in order to get experience. ("The student teacher gave us less homework than our regular teacher") "Student teaching" can refer to someone doing that ("She is student teaching at the high school"), or it could be any other kind of student performing the act of teaching ("The student teaching the animals wants to be a vet"). Hope that helps!

Synonyms of "Student" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between students' and student's ?
A: when you use student's it's for a singular possession , and students' is for plural possession that mean the think that you're talking about belong to many students
Q: What is the difference between student and pupil ?
A: @Astrrrid they're the same. pupil is is less common
Q: What is the difference between ①She is a student at this school, and she is the top of the class. and ②She is a student at this school and is the top of the class. and ③She is a student at this school and the top of the class. and ④She is a student at this school, who is the top of the class. ?
A: @hope333:
yeah they are all the same. they have the same meaning.

however, they all sound weird. it should be "is at the top" for all of the sentences.
Q: What is the difference between He was behind the other students in his studies. and He was behind other students in his studies. ?
A: No difference. Just different ways of saying the same thing. Both are acceptable.
Q: What is the difference between The students listened carefully to the teacher explain. and The students listened to the teacher explain carefully. ?
A: Listening carefully is when the student gives the teacher their undivided attention.

Explaining carefully-Means that the teacher is doing their best to help you understand the material.

Translations of "Student"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Many students already work on the last year in university. Is it correct?
A: i’m not sure what you’re trying to say but a correct sentence would be:

many students were already working during their last year of university.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the students treated me as a bright and knowledgeable teacher
A: That sounds correct just like that. You can switch "treated me" with 'believed' or 'recognized me' and the meaning would be the same.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? students have lack of regular practice towards environment in the home and the school. can someone help me to correct the sentence so it can be read out more smoothly? urgent
A: hmmm

students have yet to fully contribute (or commit) to environmental efforts both at home and in school.

I would think you need a strong argument after that sentence as to why those students are not able to fully contribute to caring for the environment ... their capabilites, constraints and limitations...

hope it helps :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? student, generous, considerate, lazy, difficult, responsible, careful, decided to
Please~ I can't know how to pronounce..T^T Thank you *^-^*
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? A student's knowledge is excellent and his teacher gives him A.
A: The student is smart so their teacher gave them an A.

Other questions about "Student"

Q: If a student intends to work for 3 hours and achieves his goal, he gives himself the right to take a break by reading his favorite book. Does this sound natural?
A: This sentence is correct, however it may sound more natural to say it like this:
If the student meets his goal to study for 3 hours, then he deserves to take a break and read his favorite book.
Q: How would you deal with an international student who appears entirely negative about Japan?
First,I'd ask the student the thing which gave him the negative impressions about Japan and we would probe whether it's true or not.
For example,if the student regards Japan as boring country,I would take him to Harajuku where is famous for the fashion or Asakusa where shows Japanese tradithion.

Does this sound natural?
A: How would you deal with an international student who has a negative opinion about Japan?
First, I'd ask the student what gave them negative impressions about Japan and we would probe whether it's true or not.
For example, if the student regards Japan as a boring country, I would take them to Harajuku which is famous for fashion, or Asakusa which is full of Japanese tradition.

To me, this would sound more natural.
Q: I believe that it is very important for students with disabilities to stay in the same class as others for several reasons. People with disabilities should be treated the same as everybody else, even if they are very different from other people. Separating class, even may encourage other students to have certain image that they are very special different from us. As a result, other students may tend to discriminate them. Does this sound natural?
A: I believe that it is very important for students with disabilities to stay in the same class as others for several reasons. People with disabilities should be treated the same as everybody else, even if they are very different from other people.

Separating their class may even encourage other students to have A certain image that they are very different from us. As a result, other students tend to discriminate them.

In the words “may tend” and “special different” they’re redundant, so next time only use one.

Your first paragraph is perfect! Even I loved it.

Also remember your pronouns, you forgot “their” in separate, and reversed may and even.

Good job.
Q: As a student majoring in both International studies and International Management, I've always wanted to be the person who acts under the global environment and who can affect the entire world. Does this sound natural?
A: im not sure what you meant by "acts under the global environment", but overall it's pretty understandable

here's my take on it:

As a student majoring in both International studies and International Management, I've always wanted to be that person who acts accordingly to the present global situation and that can make a difference in the entire world.
Q: I'm a student of first year from philosophy department.

Is it natural? If not, then say the correct one.
Does this sound natural?
A: I’m a student in first year from the philosophy department
I’m a first year student from the philosophy department
(For America) I’m a freshman from the philosophy department

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