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crash course in Education topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrash courseˈcrash course noun [countable]  SETFAST/QUICKa course in which you learn a lot about a particular subject in a very short period of timecrash course in a crash course in Spanish
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crash courseTalk about a crash course in the ways of the world.We went through all the books, a crash course literally.For a crash course on the subject, consider subscribing to an organic farm with a delivery service in your area.He, for example, embarked on a crash course to get his state license to operate the plant.Debbie White gave us a crash course on the Friday morning.For Rufus this was a crash course in race relations and show business.I felt I had joined an Out-in-the-Open University crash course in bird identification.