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学業, がくぎょう

  • gakugyō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • studies
  • schoolwork
  • classwork

Examples of 学業,がくぎょう in a Sentence

Some students neglect their studies in favor of sports.
Illness made him give up his studies.
He is unable to concentrate on his academic work.
However, the duty of a student is to study. So if you neglect the end of term test, that's a "no!".
He is doing well in his college work.
Illness made him give up his studies.
It is silly of you to neglect your studies.
The scholarship made it possible for him to continue his education.
However, in America, sports teams are generally chosen by skill, and academic courses by ability.

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