Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "University"

Die Bedeutung von "University" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet are you in university??
A: 「大学生ですか?」
"Are you in University?" と "Are you a University student?" は同じの意味です。
Q: Was bedeutet I've been at university for four years but I'm in the Third Year because I took last year off. ?
A: The student speaking entered the university, and studied normally for two years. Last year he/she did not study (took a year off).
The student speaking is now studying in classes with other students who entered the university one year later and studied normally, without a break. They are in their third year of studying, and the student speaking is attending the same classes.
Q: Was bedeutet I can see you are a university student so what do you study??
A: 君大学生みたいですね。何を勉強していますか
Q: Was bedeutet ​​I have been a university squad player. ?
A: 大学のチームプレーヤーでした
Q: Was bedeutet I'm interested in attending your university.?
A: It means the person is considering or wants to join the university.

Example: I'm interested in attending Harvard.

Beispielsätze die "University" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit a university.
A: This is a university well suited to your talents.

A university of this standard can only accept the very best.

We're going to visit a university in London.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit . I’m studying at university and they supply us with different expressions from the books. are you using for instance such expressions like “I’ve got jobs that need doing”, “he does odd jobs around the house”, “how do you do”, “he is out of a job now”. .
A: This is what I say:
1. "I've got jobs that need doing" --> No, but I say "I've got jobs (that) I need to do. Or simply "I've got jobs to do."
2. "He does odd jobs around the house" --> Yes
3. "How do you do?" --> No because it is very outdated.
4. "He is out of a job now." --> Yes
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit university degree .
A: usually, we just say “degree”.
“I am going to school to get my science degree!”
“I am going to school to get my master’s degree!”
“I can’t wait to graduate and get my degree.”
“I already have my degree.”
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit university.
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit "A university" or "An university" ??.
A: I go to a university in New York.

You should only to go a university that's been accredited.

My brother studied in a university abroad.

Ähnliche Wörter wie "University" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen university und college ?
A: At university you get a bachelors or masters degree or even a doctorate.

At college you typically get a certificate or diploma.

University typically requires A levels or Highers

College typically requires standard grades or GCSEs

You can leave high school at 16 to study at college.

You typically don't have the grades for uni until you're 18 but some people are 17 or even 16 depending on when in the year they were born and if they apply in year 5 instead of year 6. (Scottish years)
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen university und college ?
A: A college is a school that offers any education beyond the 12 years of required school.

A university must offer full undergraduate (bachelors degrees) and graduate programs (masters degrees and doctorate degrees) in a broad range of studies, it must be accredited by the state and meet certain requirements for the state.

Colleges may not be accredited and occasionally degrees or classes are not accepted by other schools or by jobs.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen university und college ?
A: All universities are colleges, but
not all colleges are universities.

University is usually 4 years, and bigger? They usually provide housing for students who need it.

College is usually 2+, like a local college or community college (smaller campus). They offer classes, but don't usually provide housing.

Usually, we say "I'm in college right now", as opposed to "I go to university"
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen university und college ?
A: in the UK college is a place to provide education of mainly 16-18 year olds for A levels or equivalent, but they also provide courses for all ages and subjects.

university is (in most cases) for ages 18+ where people study foundation degrees, degrees, masters, phds etc and various other higher education courses
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen university und campus und college ?
A: University > a school offers courses leading to a degree
(ex. A bachelor's degree, master's degree)

Campus > grounds/buildings in a university/college/school

College > offering a specialized course
(ex. College of fine arts)

Those have more meanings but I hope these will help :)

Übersetzungen von "University"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? I'm preparing for university entrance examination
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? university
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? Like most university students in China, having an opportunity to study at a university is a major stepping stone to future , and furthering my education has always been one of my greatest endeavors.
A: @Augus-Gan -Gan Oh sorry, yeah I can.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? university of missouri kansas city (how do you pronounce? )
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? university
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen

Andere Fragen zu "University"

Q: The university you went to always come to quite above of the world's university ranking.
klingt das natürlich?
A: Your university has come to be a top-ranked institution in the world.
Q: Whichever university you will enter, whether or not you improve your prowess that is up to you.

**Japanese translation
どの大学に入ったとしても、あなたの能力を向上するかどうかは、あなた次第です。 klingt das natürlich?
A: It is understandable, but a more natural sentence would be:
"Whichever university you enter, whether or not you improve in your abilities will be up to you."
or "Whichever university you enter, your improvement in your abilities will depend on yourself."
Q: I am an university student and I would be going to United States as an exchange student next year. To be prepared for this, I need to enhance my overall English competency. Especially I am practicing speaking by picking up a movie and play it over and over until I can repeat lines by myself without captions. As I have neither a friend who speaks English as mother tongue nor money, this method seems to be the best option I can afford now. What do you think? Could you give me any advice or suggestion so that I could hone my speaking ability in any better ways?
A: You seem to know how to at least write English fluently. The one thing I've noticed is that you form some sentences and use some words kind of awkwardly. Otherwise, I'd say that you are pretty good. I've been trying to learn Korean and I feel like you are a lot better at English than I am at Korean-- so no complaints, your really good. From now on if you are going to the US, I would expect that you will make a lot of friends there. I am sure that you will get corrected when you make grammar mistakes as America has several "grammar polices". If you weren't so good at English, I would suggest you get a tutor, but I believe you will grow a lot in your English there even without paying for it. Just pay attention to everyday English. BTW it would be better for you to say "I am a (don't put 'an' before a word that starts with a vowel) university student and I will (would is generally used in this situation if you are unsure) be going to United States as an exchange student next year. To be prepared for this, I need to enhance my overall English competency. (especially does not fit here) I am practicing speaking by picking up a movie and playing it over and over until I can repeat lines by myself without captions. As I have neither a friend who speaks English as mother tongue nor money (ok, technically this is correct, but "I don't have a friend who speaks English as a mother tongue or money" sounds a lot more natural), this method seems to be the best option I can afford now ('at the moment' might sound better). What do you think? Could you give me any advice or suggestion so that I could hone my speaking ability in any better ways? (it might just be me but the word 'hone' sounds a bit too epic for this sentence. I would use this in a sentence like, 'I've been honing my superpowers for years', but idk, man. You sound so cool, though. It might be better to say, "improve my speaking ability in any better ways.) I learned as a person trying to learn foreign languages that it helps to always speak confidently as if you know you are good, but be able to take correction--lots of it. It's a process everyone has to go through. Just immerse yourself in English and you will pick up the rules pretty fast. :)
Q: I wish I had gone abroad like you when I was university student. klingt das natürlich?
A: I wish I had gone/travelled/stayed/studied abroad like you when I was in university.
Q: Like any other university, the open university can give you a degree klingt das natürlich?
A: Practice enunciation 😊

Cố gắng nói rõ ràng hơn 😊

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