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NOTE: SUBJECTS

of study do, read, study ~ do ~ is more commonly used with school subjects (but may also be used with university subjects): She did maths, physics and chemistry at school.

study ~ is used with both school and university subjects: He studied German at school. She went on to study mathematics at university.

read ~is only used with university subjects and is quite formal: She was educated privately and at Pembroke College, where she read classics.

lecture in, teach ~ He taught music at a school in Edinburgh.

Other verbs used with subject can also be used with particular subjects of study: Half the students take geography at A level. We offer accounting as a subsidiary course.

~ degree, a degree/diploma in ~ a law degree a higher diploma in fine art

~ class, course, lecture, lesson The genetics lectures are on a different campus.

~ department, a/the department of ~ All enquiries should be made to the Department of Architecture.

~ graduate, student, undergraduate Some architecture graduates gain further qualifications in specialist fields.

~ lecturer, teacher, tutor He's an English teacher at Highland Road School.

~ professor, (a) professor of ~ She's professor of linguistics at the University of Wales.

the study of ~ The study of philosophy helps you to think critically.

in ~ He got As in history and art.