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

The meaning of "Tuition" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does tuition mean?
Q: What does tuition mean?
A: The amount (money) you pay to your school for your education.
Q: What does tuition mean?
A: Its the fee for a school or university. Examples:

- The university tuition was $20,000 per year.

- I had to take out a loan because I could not afford the tuition.

- I did not have to pay my tuition out of pocket because I got a scholarship.
Q: What does tuition mean?
A: the money you pay for going to school, usually college or university
Q: What does tuition mean?
A: Tuition is the name of the cost to attend a school or a training. But it is only the school or training part. It does not include the living costs like the cost of a room, food, books, etc.

Example sentences using "Tuition"

Q: Please show me example sentences with tuition.
A: How much is tuition at this school.
I still haven't paid my tuition.
Tuition for this program is really expensive.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tuition .
A: Tuition is a word used for the money owed (usually in reference to school) to attend something.
"My private high school had a really expensive tuition."
"College tuition prices are at an inflation of 2.4%."

Synonyms of "Tuition" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between tuitions and lessons ?
A: Tuition è ciò che gli studenti di un'università pagano per fare le lezioni. Lessons significa lezioni
Q: What is the difference between 'pay tuition' and 'pay for tuition' ?
A: You could pay anyway you like for "pay tuition" through your parents, yourself etc, "pay for tuition" you better pay for it yourself
Q: What is the difference between tuition and tuition fee ?
A: I would honestly say there's no difference.
Q: What is the difference between "tuition" and "fees" ?
A: Tuition is what you pay for school.

Fees could be a tuition or anything that needs to be paid.

Translations of "Tuition"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tuition
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? main tuition nhi leti
A: I don't take tuition
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tuition
tuition
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? main tuition jaunga
A: I will go to tuition
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tuition (can you please tell me how to pronounce it?)
A: too-ih-shun or too-ih-shin

Other questions about "Tuition"

Q: How much is the tuition fee for attending that class? does this sound natural?
A: You can just say "tuition," or you could say "tuition and fees."
Typically a college charges tuition (like $200 per credit hour,) and then there are also fees that you have to pay on top of that, such as a health fee, a recreation fee, etc.
Q: This is our tuition fee for your this month lesson. does this sound natural?
A: This is our tuition fee for this month's lesson.
or
this our tuition fee for you this month.
Q: to make tuition cheeper than ever does this sound natural?
A: cheaper*

例: "the university president wants to make tuition cheaper than ever this year."
Q: I am preparing the tuition via wire transfer and I already finished all materials needed in the bank, but I am afraid that the funds cannot be received by you so soon. 这个表达自然吗? does this sound natural?
A: I am preparing to send *the funds for* the tuition via wire transfer and I already finished all materials needed *at* the bank, but I am afraid that the funds *won't reach you soon enough*

I wrote my version of your sentence. We usually don't say "send the tuition". Instead we say "send the money for" or "send the funds for".
Q: What does "tuition hike" mean ?
A: This is a term which is mostly popular in Canada as far as I can tell. It refers to the very quickly growing cost of tuition in universities. If your comprehension is high enough, this website might be helpful: http://www.stopthehike.ca/

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