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study hall

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Education
study hallˈstudy hall noun [uncountable]  American EnglishSE a period of time during the school day when students must go to a room to study, instead of going to a lesson
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study hallThe class worked much like a study hall, but with just a few students helped by one teacher.We had fourteen check-ins a day, classes in Latin, a vigorous program of athletics and every night a study hall.Too many seniors are floating through their final year in high school in a combination of elective classes and study hall.With parental approval all the students elected to meet with the counselor in lieu of another subject or study hall.
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