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Language for “Education in the U.S.” Content Collocations: Match the following words with their word partners. Some of them may match with more than one word. bachelor’s skills studies attend religious tuition entrance financial standards learning critical extra-curricular vocational _____________________ __________________ school, class _______________________ degree graduate ____________________ ___________________ requirements charge, pay ___________________ ___________________ aid, support ___________________ instruction academic ______________________ distance ______________________ _____________________ thinking _____________________ activities Grammatical Collocations:
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Unformatted text preview: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate prepositions or pronouns. You will find them in the reading. ….has a degree ____ (medicine, law) associated _____________ public schools are open ____ all students conflict _______________ admission / admitted _____ eligible ______ transfer _____ / ___________ living ______ campus commuting ______ classes, school think ________ themselves participate _____ activities, programs trend ______________ Specific words: Record the various forms and collocations of the following words as you find them in the reading. 1. education: 2. school: 3. degree: 4. course(s): 5. skills:...
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