1. The price includes two economy class airfares from Brisbane to Los Angeles.
2. There was very little snobbery or class-consciousness in the wartime navy.
3. He was not perhaps physically the strongest in the class.
4. You can pay to be upgraded to a business class seat.
5. He suggested a link between class size and test results of seven-year-olds.
6. Angela says she longs to join an amateur dramatics class.
7. She has a first-class brain and is a damned good writer.
8. He comes from a completely uncultured, lower middle-class family.
9. The class was held hostage by a hooded gunman.
10. There's no one available at such short notice to take her class.
11. He paid for and was assigned a cabin in first class.
12. Tommy Tune gives the choreography his usual class and zip.
13. Harriet graduated with a first class degree in literature.
14. Most of the people there are salt-of-the-earth, good, working-class people.
15. A curtain acted as a divider between this class and another.
1. Chuck would lecture me, telling me to get a haircut.
2. Within this lecture I cannot pretend to deal adequately with dreams.
3. Our captain gave us a stern lecture on safety.
4. We picked up our conference materials and filed into the lecture hall.
5. In his lecture Riemann covered an enormous variety of topics.
6. His lecture was so pedantic and uninteresting.
7. His lecture was illustrated with slides taken during the expedition.
8. His lecture was readily intelligible to all the students.
9. She recast her lecture as a radio talk.
10. Attendance at Professor Smith's lecture fell off sharply that evening.
11. He gave the child a lecture on the importance of punctuality.
12. I take it as a pleasure to attend your lecture.
13. In his lecture on geology, he touched on the subject of climate.
14. Will you help me to hand out the materials for the lecture?
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15. Don't lecture at me. I don't have to do what you say!
1. She'd half expected him to withdraw from the course.
2. He was charged with conspiring to pervert the course of justice.
3. She is currently doing a business studies course at Leeds.
4. On arrival, a six-course meal was top of the agenda.
5. The two communities are now on a collision course.
6. Of course, not all alcoholics and drug abusers produce deviant offspring.
7. In the course of time, many of their myths become entangled.
8. Of course, now she is away at boarding school.
9. Of course, the British will suffer such daily stresses patiently.
10. Of course, nothing is going to eclipse winning the Olympic title.
11. His course at Sheffield University will not recommence until next year.
12. He favoured a middle course between free enterprise and state intervention.
13. The course is also suitable for those in the caring professions.
14. In nearly all these issues the British steered a middle course.
15. Of course, slap-bang in the middle of town the rents are high.