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ЕГЭ: слова на тему "Школьное образование. Изучаемые предметы, отношение к ним. Каникулы"
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A number or letter that shows how good someone's work or performance is.
To pass an exam
To succeed in a test that shows how much you know about a particular subject.
To fail an exam
To not pass an exam.
To take an exam/to sit an exam
To do an official test that shows your knowledge or ability in a particular subject.
To get an education by attending school, college, university, etc.
To give lessons in a particular subject at school, university.
To receive an academic degree upon completion of one's studies.
To teach someone, especially using the formal system of school, college, or university.
To break up
To close for a holiday.
Required by rule.
An area of knowledge studied at school, college or university.
A student who is studying for their first degree at a college or university.
The qualification that students get after successfully completing a university or college course.
A book or a computer program that gives instructions on how to do something.
The money you receive from the government to help you pay for your education.
A period of study in a British school.
A period of study in a North American school.
Someone who has successfully completed a course at university.
A state school
A school that is run by the government and provides free education.
To leave school
To finish school; to complete one's education at school.
A piece of work given to someone, typically as part of their studies or job.
A piece of thick paper, leather, or plastic that you put between the pages of a book so that you can find a page again quickly.
A workplace for the conduct of scientific research.
To play truant
To skip classes all the time.
To be at the top of the class
To be the best in the class.
To lag behind
To move or develop more slowly than others.
To cut the lesson
To leave the lesson before it finishes.
To be at the foot of the class
To be the worst in the class.
Free of charge
Something you do not need to pay for.
The subjects studied in a school, college, etc. and what each subject includes.
Something that you needn't do, but you choose to do.
A party that is held for the students to celebrate the end of school.
Money paid for education.
A primary school
Aschool for children between five and eleven years old.
A secondary school
A school for children between the ages of 11 and 18.
A roll call
Calling out an official list of names
The use of threats or physical force to intimidate and control another person.
To do things in a particular way.
Not being in a specified place.
To behave dishonestly, or to not obey rules, for example in order to win a game or do well in an examination.
To hand in
To submit or deliver something that is due.
To hand out
To give to several people.
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