|char. tax; levy, collect (tax); session at divination||
sep-v. attend class, go to class; (said by a teacher) let's begin the class, the class begins
sep-v. end a class, after class
n. break between two classes
phr. I either ride a bike or take a taxi to go to school.
phr. I have classes on Mondays.
v. give a lecture, give a class
phr. He often is absent from classes on the excuse of being sick.
phr. take a course, select courses
v. teach, give lessons
v. attend a class, go to a lecture
v. be absent from class
n. Chinese lesson; language and literature lesson
n. English lesson, English class
nphr. music class
v. drop out of a course
phr. have lesson(s), have class(es)
n. classes on-line
phr. (of both teacher and student) to finish the class, to finish having the class
phr. lesson 2, the second lesson
phr. physical education class
nphr. cooking class