- I looked inside and it was an exercise book for all his lessons.
- Make a few notes at the back of your exercise book about what you do now, how you spend your time, what you eat etc.
- But an empty notebook can also be a sketch book, a novel, an exercise book, a dictionary, or an infinite variety of other things, depending entirely on content.
- The teacher gave him an exercise book and asked him to share a copy of the geography textbook with the boy next to him.
- Janie had been trying to take notes from the board while simultaneously trying to follow the conversation that was taking place over her exercise book.
- In March 2005, according to the mother of a young female student, the classmates set up her daughter by slipping her homework exercise book out of her school bag.
- Potter would write out her stories in an exercise book, paste in a few watercolours and a number of pen-and-ink sketches and then present it as a gift to a favoured child.
- In the school I went to, every inch of paper had to be covered in simultaneous equations, poorly conjugated German verbs or pubescent declarations of love before you could even think about asking for a new exercise book.
- Text making the leap from original source to exercise book seemingly constitutes ‘learning’.
- He tore a piece of paper from his exercise book and scribbled some notes on it.
- You wouldn't go to Egypt and learn about the Pyramids from an exercise book.
- The trainer enters their weights, 50 kg and 44 kg respectively, in a well worn exercise book with a picture of Snoopy on the cover.