English department

NOUN
  1. the academic department responsible for teaching English and American literature
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How To Use English department In A Sentence

  • Three teachers have been loaned to the English Department.
  • She is more fortunate than many temporary instructors in the English department.
  • Enclose you will find a letter of recommendation from Professor Liang, dean of English Department.
  • Three teachers have been loaned to the English Department.
  • The English Department is a likely candidate for staff cuts.
  • He came to the English department to audition the girls for the lead role.
  • An Overview of Literature" and "Critical Analysis" (mostly understood as formal analysis and "close reading") were expected to be at the heart of literary study as offered by most English departments, to which was added "creative writing" as a kind of practicum. Literary Study
  • But then, when the official part was over, I was nobbled by a man in the English Department.
  • And by now, there's virtually no way to put two words together that doesn't have a Greek label preserved in aspic by generations of English department pedants. Analyzing The Text Of Obama's Inaugural Address
  • Postcolonialism as a subject was cooked up in the corridors of English departments worldwide, and if you look at most postcolonial reading lists for university use, you will find that the vast majority of books listed were written in English.
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