… and another definition of CLASS

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July 1, 2015 by hgwellscompetition

Today’s definition of class [taken from Oxford Dictionary]
A group of students or pupils who are taught together

EXAMPLE SENTENCES
Selected pupils act as representatives for the whole class.
I was really privileged being in the last class of graduate students taught by my theory of international law guru.
Teachers in Queensland schools are required to teach classes of 30 students.

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