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Example Sentences for "student"

Shanti shares an apartment with another student at the university.

As part of your student visa requirement, you must attend all classes.

The sculpture was originally thought to be a work of Michelangelo, but is now attributed to a student of the master.

The professor treats each student as an autonomous individual capable of reaching his own conclusions through proper research and analysis of the facts.

He was an average student in high school, but really did well at university.

Each student who completes the program will receive a certificate bearing the seal of the university.

The environmental award was accepted by a grade 12 student on behalf of the school.

Yuki is a borderline student who could do well with a bit more effort.

The student tried to bribe his English teacher into passing him, but the teacher refused and reported the incident to her supervisor.

The student brushed by his friends and ran into the classroom.

The student collapsed in the hallway and had to be taken to the nurse's office.

You must attend class, in order to comply with the requirements of your student visa.

The teacher had to speak to the student after he was late for class for three consecutive days.

This student is consistently finished her work before the others in the class.

Our company offers a service which will consolidate all of your unsecured debt such as credit cards, medical bills, unsecured loans and student loans, into one lower monthly payment.

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