What is a group of students called in french?
"un groupe d'Ã©tudiants"
In a group of 50 middle school students 10 take French 22 take Spanish and 4 take both language How many students of the group take neither French nor Spanish?
14 students take neither Spanish nor French.
'La classe' (fem.). La classe can either be the classroom, or the group of students. A subject (like French class) would rather be called 'un cours'.
What a Group of Students is Called A group of students is called a class and is often referred to as (name of teacher)'s class to distinguish one class from another. However, the generalized term 'gaggle' is also applied to a group of students in the comic strip Piled Higher and Deeper by Jeorge Cham, PhD.
in French students are called "les Ã©tudiants / Ã©tudiantes".
The name of the exam taken by French students after high school is called the Baccalauréat.
Etudiant is masculine, etudiante is feminine and the plural of male & female students as a group is etudiants. A group of female students is etudiantes. And there is an accent ague above the "e"
They are called "clicks." Sometimes spelled funny like "qulick," "kliqe," or "clique." A group of girls is called a bevy. (check with "the students companion" by Wilfred D. Best)
a group of students was asked.
The collective noun for students is a class of pupils.
What is called when a group of students is determining the number of plastic bags placed in a landfill during a single day?
The students are collecting data.
A group of students were
a group of students was asked
the group is called documents for students it will work just go on the internet and it give it to you ii promise......
Students for a Democratic Society
The Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) - anti-establishment New Left group, founded in 1960, that called for greater individual freedom and responsibility.
French students have the equivalent of the GCSEs.
When a French class moves to a mountain resort, this is called 'une classe de neige' (literally a snow class)
A group of pupils is known as students and a class or students in a classroom.
When you go to college, there are courses that everybody must take. These are called required courses. These are courses like general math, general English, some kind of social studies, similar to the core courses you take in high school. There are also groups of courses from which students can choose. These are called elective courses. So you would choose to take an extra math course in the math group, an extra social studies course… Read More
This is a very good question because the French differentiate the names of the different students. All students can be called les élèves. Elementary students are les écoliers, (fem. : les écolières) junior high school students are les collégiens / les collégiennes, senior high school students are les lycéens / les lycéennes, and college students are les étudiants / étudiantes.
A lethargy of students
This group is often referred to as Cajun.
"s'appellent" are two French words. "appellent" from the verb "appeler": to call, to call for the 's' stands for the pronoun 'se' roughly meaning 'self' ils s'appellent = they are called (for a male group, or a group including at least a male) elles s'appellent = they are called (for an all-female group of subjects)
Yes, French students have some homework to do and lessons to learn at home.
french students usually have about 7 weeks of holidays a year.
Students from Yale are called yalies. What are cambridge students called?
The ABA is called "The American Bar Association" which is a group of lawyers and law students that don't have a primary jurisdiction anywhere in the U.S.A.
When the French Revolution abolished the monarchy its was finally replaced by a radical group called the?
The group of four volcanic islands that were once a French territory is called Micronesia. They are made up of four states including Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei and Kosrae.
A group of pupils is a class of students.
You can create a new group with the command groupadd. Ex. 'groupadd students'
Silver is Ag; the French for silver is ARGENT.
The Calvinists also called the Huguenots.
Some types of animals travel in groups called herds. A teacher may divide students into groups. Eggs can come in a group of 12. This is called a dozen.
What movie is this where a group of students are held hostage in a high school and forced to solve A puzzle by an unknown group of people It is related to their past. Japanese or korean MOVIE?
It's called Death Bell.
The English word "dozen" is derived from the French "douzaine", meaning "a group of twelve things". Similar words exist in French for "quinzaine" (a group of 15), "vingtaine" (20) and "centaine" (100), though these do not have English equivalents.
The French word for group is groupe.
Class is translated "la classe" (fem.) in French when speaking of the classroom or the students as a group. It is translated "le cours" (masc.) when speaking of school subjects (French class is "le cours de franÃ§ais"). In society, the working class is "la classe ouvriÃ¨re".
yes it has the name french It is also called spool knitting. The same type of craft has been practiced in a number of countries. Yahoo Groups has a spool knitting group if you are interested.
Our Jolly French Students - 1904 was released on: USA: 28 May 1904
French fries are in the vegetable group.
First-time freshmen, current students, and transfer students
Is an assessment is biased if there is a gap in scores between one group of students and another group of students?
Not necessarily. The difference may be genuine and that is not the "fault" of the assessment.
An educational psychologist tracks the academic progress of a group of Head Start students from age 4 through 18 This research design is called?
How do you solve this In a class of 200 students 120 students take German 100 students take French If a student must study at least one of these languages what percent study French but not German?
60% study German so 40% study French and not German.
School is spelled école in French.
a webcam will be useful to students by having a connection with students who left the school. to do a group work at school.
grand groupe is how you say big group in French.
The noun 'students' is not a collective noun. The noun 'students' is the plural form of the singular noun 'student'. A collective noun is a word used to group people or things taken together as one whole in a descriptive way. The collective noun for a group of students is a class of students.
Elocution students are also called debators.