Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Lesson"

The meaning of "Lesson" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa These lessons will all I think be longer than 60 minutes.?
A: The meaning is "I think that these lessons will all be longer than 60 minutes." It's uncommon for "I think" to be placed here usually. It sounds like the speaker decided on inserting the "I think" as an afterthought. This would probably only come up in spoken language.
Q: O que significa But his lessons turned out to be a bit of a joke?
A: “but his lessons turned out to be a bit of a joke” means what he was teaching wasn’t serious or was pointless. “a bit of a joke” means that something is kind of silly.
Q: O que significa it was a lesson learned ?
A: I learned something from it
Q: O que significa I'll give you what for.

I'll teach you a lesson.?
A: Yes its a warning.stay safe my dear
Q: O que significa I need to give her some lessons in cool. ( what does IN COOL mean here?) ?
A: It means you are going to teach her how to be cool

Example sentences using "Lesson"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com I want lesson .
A: 1-I want a lesson in language.
2-I want lessons in the arts.
3-I want a lesson for driving.
4-I want a lesson for piano.
1-Eu quero uma aula de linguagem.
2-Eu quero lições nas artes.
3-Eu quero uma aula para dirigir.
4-Eu quero uma aula para piano.

I hope this helps!~
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com lesson.
A: This is my third lesson with this teacher.
I have my piano lesson on Monday.
I am late to my lesson.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com to learn a lesson.
A: "You should have taken an umbrella this time of year, I hope you learn a lesson from the experience."

"I warned you not to drink too much, I hope you learn a lesson from it."

"I thought you might have learned a lesson the last time you left your homework until the last minute."
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com lesson learned.
A: A: I can't believe Jake turned me down in front of everyone.
B: I tried tell you. He does NOT like being put on the spot in front of a crowd.
A: Lesson leaned! I just hope he'll give me another chance...

Synonyms of "Lesson" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre take lessons e have lessons ?
A: To have a lesson means to spend time taking or giving a lesson. A teacher can have several lessons a day (meaning they are giving several classes or teaching several sessions a day). A student can have English lessons three times a week, for example.

Basically, when you have a lesson it means you have a block of time scheduled for a class.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre give lessons e teach lessons ?
A: "Give lessons" has an image of "free". Like volunteering.

"Teach lessons" is more like a job.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre lesson e class and course ?
A: A course usually lasts for a whole semester. 一门课

A class usually lasts for 40 minutes. 一节课

A lesson is like a section, or a unit in a book. A short lesson may last for 10 minutes, while a long one could take several classes to complete. It depends on how fast the teacher teach. 书里的一个单元。

However, when you're talking in general terms, the three can mean the same. For example, the following sentences mean the same:

1. I'm taking a programming course.
2. I'm taking programming classes.
3. I'm taking programming lessons.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre lesson e course ?
A: From what I understand, a course is made up of many lessons
Q: Qual é a diferença entre lesson e course e class ?
A: A lesson is one short unit of teaching, usually you would have one lesson (or maybe a few short lessons) during one class. A course is a whole series of lessons or classes that go together. It's a bit confusing, but a course can also be referred to as a class sometimes. For example:

I signed up for a math course. We have three classes a week. Today's lesson was about fractions. In the next class, we will learn about multiplication.

Translations of "Lesson"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? レッスン中は日本語を話します。
I speak Japanese at whole lesson

A: I speak Japanese throughout the whole lesson
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? exceed the lesson time by 4 minutes
A: both sentences are correct, exceed the lesson time by 4 minutes is more formal than run over the lesson by 4 minutes. you also don't need to say "the lesson" again in the second sentence, assuming the full sentence would be "we've run over by 4 minutes" in the context of class saying lesson would be redundant. hope that helps :)
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I conduct the lesson (demo, rehearsal). What word do you use in US to explain you are a teacher/coach of the event? I mean "conduct" is okay or you use other words?
A: I teach the lesson
present the lesson
deliver the presentation
deliver the lecture
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? I take an English lesson every Wednesday
(I think American people often use "take" such as "take a bath". But I heard once British people often use "have" instead. So for an English lesson, do British people also use "have" instead of "take"?)
A: yes we would say
I have english lessons every Tuesday
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? 手工课(craft lesson? handwork lesson?))
A: I think craft lesson sounds good! Or, arts and crafts lesson

Other questions about "Lesson"

Q: I took a lesson of writing good resume and CV in English at Ikebukuro, Tokyo.

I guessed that younger people would take this lesson before taking it, but other students are older than me.

Teacher Adam is from Philippine. He is energetic person. He works in IT company week day, and teaches English at weekend and holiday. Then he enjoyed triathlon. He practiced it every day. He said he participated in triathlon race in Barcelona.

The lesson was very productive.
I understood how to write resume in English. But I need more practice to write a good resume.

I thought that it is good to go to places I would not normally go on and concentrate and study one theme.
soa natural?
A: I took a lesson for improving my resume and CV writing skills in English at Ikebukoro, Tokyo.

I assumed younger people would be taking the same class before I started, but the students ended up being older than me.

My teacher, Adam, is from the Phillipines. He is very energetic. He works for an IT company on the week days, and teaches English on the weekends and holidays. He also enjoys triathlons. He trains every day. He said he participated in a Triathlon in Barcelona recently/before.

The lesson was very productive. I developed a good grasp of how to write resumes in English, but I need more practice to perfect my skills.

I think that it'll be good for me to go places I'd normally avoid and concentrate on my surroundings while studying one thing at a time. (I didn't know how to translate this last paragraph because I'm not sure what you mean entirely)
Q: I would like to take your private English lesson. How much would it be like one hour lesson?

soa natural?
A: great! one little mistake though 'would it be for a one hour lesson' 😊
oh, and ' English lessons':)
Q: This lesson is maybe more in-depth soa natural?
A: Sounds perfect 👍🏻
Q: I see, you haven't done yet. Anyway, why did you decide to take her lessons? Since when had you thought you need it? soa natural?
A: I see you aren't finished yet. Why did you decide to take her lessons anyway? Since when did you think you need it?
Q: How long is 1 lesson time?
How long time does 1 lesson take? soa natural?
A: How long is the fist lesson? How long are the lessons?

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