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How do you spell sophomore in high school?

In the United States, a sophomore (/ˈsɑːfmɔːr/ or /ˈsɒfəmɔːr/) is a student in the second year of study at high school (Class-10) or college.

Why is sophomore spelled like that?

Second-year students were known as sophy moores (or sophomores), another compound word that combined the wisdom of sophistēs with the Greek word mōros, meaning “foolish.” (Mōros is also the etymon of moron).

What a sophomore means?

(Entry 1 of 2) : a student in the second year at college or a 4-year secondary school.

How do you use the word sophomore?

Sophomore in a Sentence 🔉

  1. The rapper’s sophomore album was not as popular as his first musical release.
  2. After a long freshman year, I was happy to continue college as a sophomore.
  3. The television show’s sophomore season will continue by answering the cliffhanger of the first season’s finale.

What’s wrong with the word freshman?

University Bans Word ‘Freshman’ Because It’s Sexist and Promotes Rape. Elon University is the latest college to replace the word with “first-year.” Ironically, Schukraft said that multiple students approached her and said they were actually more comfortable with the word “freshman.”

Do Korean students wear uniforms?

Almost all South Korean secondary students wear a prescribed school uniform, gyobok (Korean: 교복; Hanja: 校服). The majority of elementary schools except some private elementary schools do not have uniforms; however, the uniform is strictly enforced from the start of middle school and up.

Is makeup allowed in Korean high school?

Not only school uniforms, but school rules on how long & what color your hair can be (teachers hold rulers outside my school in the mornings), and no jewelry or makeup allowed–unless you want it confiscated.

Do Korean school girls wear makeup?

Just a decade ago, it was socially unacceptable for adolescent and teenage girls in school uniforms to wear makeup in Korea. But nowadays, seeing teen girls as young as 11 wearing some form of makeup is commonplace. But nowadays, seeing teen girls as young as 11 wearing some form of makeup is commonplace.

Do Koreans wear heavy makeup?

But, this does not mean every man in Korea go around with heavy makeup like K-Pop idols usually had on a daily basis. Average men, even celebrities actually prefer the natural and dewy look, known as the ‘chok-chok’ look in Korea. The idea of the ‘chok-chok’ look is to look fresh and clean as naturally as possible.

Do Koreans wear too much makeup?

At least 3/4 of Korean women daily wear makeup or at least a special sunblock/BB cream with a whitening agent inside. and most of them have come with skin troubles… which overall isn’t illogical as long as cosmetics are cosmetics! They only hide skin troubles or enhance you the time you wear them.