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How to Pronounce Pupils?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Pupils" is [pjˈuːpə͡lz], [pjˈuːpə‍lz], [p_j_ˈuː_p_əl_z].

"Pupils" in context

Pupils are students in a school setting who are in the early stages of their education and learning. They typically attend classes from elementary school up until high school and in university the equivalent of pupil is typically referred to as a student. Pupils are generally aged between 5-18 and are expected to engage in the learning process, attend school regularly and demonstrate a basic understanding of the material. Being a pupil can be a very exciting and rewarding experience; you meet new people, discover new topics and acquire new skills. As they age they move up the grades, often finding a successful path that they excel in and enjoy.

Usage over time for Pupils:

This graph shows how "Pupils" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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