schoolwork

[ US /ˈskuɫˌwɝk/ ]
[ UK /skˈuːlwɜːk/ ]
NOUN
  1. a school task performed by a student to satisfy the teacher
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How To Use schoolwork In A Sentence

  • I tried to focus on reading a book that I was assigned to have read by the next day as schoolwork.
  • ‘You are so used to abbreviating things, you just start doing it unconsciously on schoolwork and reports and other things,’ said a student in New Jersey.
  • An avid student, Edmond excelled at his schoolwork, and was thought of as his school's best poet.
  • He was shattered and too tired to concentrate on schoolwork.
  • Chad and Ally talked about how her schoolwork's been so far this semester.
  • Even the prospect of getting down to taxing schoolwork did not daunt Amy.
  • She may make one or two scribbles on her schoolwork and then giggle and whisper with other children.
  • He still goes to school and does some schoolwork at home using a webcam. The Sun
  • She walks with a cane and users a Brailer and a talking laptop computer to do her schoolwork and is the only blind teenager in a mainstream Oldham school.
  • I wish Sam would apply himself a little more to his schoolwork.
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