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noun as in tuition

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Some of them already are in Germany taking language lessons.

Dance instructors run a lucrative trade offering private lessons to couples before their wedding receptions, typically the tango.

Much like her character, Esco frequently quotes influential people and launches into potted history lessons.

But it draws on lessons learned from the last 40 years, and of course includes up-to-date technology.

Fifty years ago, we were just beginning to learn some important lessons from natural disasters, epidemics, and manmade tragedies.

When I come home from the lessons I fling myself on the sofa, and feel as if I never wanted to get up again.

After having lessons from private instructors, this artist studied under Lenbach.

Of course I am practicing very hard, and I am taking private lessons of Kullak again.

Her mother was from Hamburg, and had taken lessons of Deppe there when they were both quite young.

One of them is taking lessons of Deppe, and the other has a great talent for drawing, and has been two years studying in Berlin.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lessons, such as: charge, expenditure, fee, instruction, price, and schooling.

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