An elev is a young pupil, while a student is an adult at a university or college. There's some leeway when talking about high school students, but "elev" are usually used for those too.
"The students do a practice"
How incorrect is this? I know it doesn't flow too well in English but I think it could be used? Any thoughts? :)
I used the "students are practicing" which I felt gave the proper English equivalent