Re: CHAT: Education words in various English dialects // was"Mister"
|From:||Adrian Morgan <morg0072@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, October 25, 2000, 0:26|
Nik Taylor wrote, quoting myself:
> > "Third year student" = "student doing third year subjects", not "student
> > in third year of attendence".
> Exact opposite here. One may be, for instance, a first-year student,
> but be a sophomore, because of advanced placement and the like in high
> school. They'd probably be referred to as a first-year sophomore.
I'm a third year student in my fifth year of attendance :-)
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