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"Professoren har mange forelæsninger."

Translation:The professor has many lectures.

May 8, 2015



He has "lots of lectures" is common usage also.

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    That would be "masser af forelæsninger" in Danish :)


    The "got" in the English version is unnecessary and poor form.


    Although "has got" is perfectly fine in British English, I have removed it [the "got"] seeing as I imagine the majority of learners here don't use the "has/have got" construction

    • 1553

    What's the difference between a teacher and a professor ? Is it a level of degree or something like that ? (like professor is a scientist of some kind with many degrees while a teacher work in schools/highschools etc ?) (English isn't my native language ^^')


    Generally a teacher works in a school (or academy as they have recently been called) for 5-16 year olds having compulsory education. As well as teaching they are carers. Colleges and universities have lecturers who are paid on a different pay scale. They lecture and give tutorials. Colleges are generally for 16-18 year olds and are career orientated- both academic and non academic subjects. They are taught by lecturers (academic) or sometimes facillitators. Universities are 18+ and require an entrance qualification. Each department of a university has a professor (maybe more than one I'm a bit out of touch now) who is supposedly an expert on some aspect of her/his subject. She/he will also give some lectures. University lecturers and professors generally also spend time on academic research. This is just a general overview. There are many exceptions to the above.

    • 1553

    Ok, thank you :)


    Teacher refers to all teachers where a professor normally has a doctorate and teaches at a university.

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