Workplace Conversational English (Phrases and Sentences for Different Workplace Settings – Top 500+ Terms)/
End of Class

End of Class

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That’s all for today.

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said by a teacher after discussing the topics or lesson assigned for that day

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Class dismissed.

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means to cease doing an activity or discussing a lesson because the class is over

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Thank you, Ms./Mr.

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used to express gratitude for a teacher's class, lecture, consideration, or time

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Are you done?

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used to ask if a student is done with a task, activity, report, etc.

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We've run out of time.

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means that there is not much time left to finish something

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I'll stop here for today. / Let's stop here for today.

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said when one runs out of time to discuss a lesson, complete an activity, etc.

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We will continue...

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said when one intends to resume an unfinished lesson, activity, report, etc. another time

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We'll do the rest next time.

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used to tell the class that they can continue the discussion or activity the next day or the next time they meet

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I hope you learned a lot.

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said when one expects students to have learned something in the discussion

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That lesson/class was... / Today’s lesson/class was…

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said to express a student’s reaction or feeling about the lesson or topic

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Erase the board.

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said when erasing the writings on the board, often done at end of the class

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Before you leave... / Before you go...

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used to give reminders or make announcements to the class before they leave the classroom

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Don’t forget to bring... / Remember to bring...

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used to remind students to bring something, usually for an activity

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Don't forget your homework. / Make sure to do your assignment.

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used to remind students to finish their school work at home and bring it to class

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There's no assignment. / There's no homework.

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means there is no required school work to be done at home

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Bye, class. / Bye, everybody.

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an indication that the class has already ended and everyone is ready to go home

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See you tomorrow.

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used to say goodbye when the class is over

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Have a nice weekend. / Have a good weekend.

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used to say goodbye to the class at the end of the week

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Can we go now?

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asked when seeking permission to leave the room and go home

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You may go.

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said by a teacher to allow students to start leaving the classroom or other premises

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Can I talk to you?

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asked when a student wants to talk about something, such as concerns about a particular person or topic

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See me after class.

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said when a teacher would like to meet with a student after class, usually to discuss an important matter

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Move on to the next class.

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said when going to the next class or subject

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Do you want to study?

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an invitation from one student to another to study a topic or lesson together

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I'm heading to… / I'm going to...

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used when talking about one’s specific destination after the class

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I have ___ practice.

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said when one has practice sessions to attend aside from class, for example band, cheerleading, or sports

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Let's go home.

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said when class or other school activities are done and students can go home

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