Q: Students are buzzing along with the alphabet, now what?

What does “buzzing “ mean?
And what does “now what” mean?

Thank you. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It may mean breezing along, which means that the students are learning it without trouble! "Now what" is usually a question asked when someone does not know what to do after a previous action 😊
Q: Students soon tire of bells and whistles that offer no substance. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Bells and whistles" is an expression for things that are decorative (or used for their appearance) but do not have a practical purpose.

Having "no substance" means that something does not have any real meaning or significance.

The whole sentence could possibly be referring to some necessary tasks that the students need to do that do not offer any benefit to them or are just a waste of time.
Q: Students bring everyone at Arkansas Cafe <"to their feet"> with national anthem. ----- (what is "to their feet"?) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "The students bring everyone at Arkansas Cafe to their feet with national anthem."

is the same as

"Everyone at the Arkansas Cafe stood up when the students sang the national anthem."

"to their feet" = "stand up"(present) or "stood up"(past)
Q: Students would find it easier to cheat with continuous assessment. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "continuous assessment" means that your grade is based not just on your exam, but some work you did while learning too.
Usually it's coursework - coursework is like homework but your marks are important to your overall grade. It's easier to cheat because you take it home to work on. It can be things like an essay, a research project, or an art project.
Sometimes continuous assessment involves small, often weekly, tests.
Continuous assessment can also be more vulnerable to biased marking - in exams there are often clearer marking guidelines and right/wrong answers than in big projects or long essays.
Q: Students shouldn't panic if they don't get a "SPOT" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Considering "spot" is in all caps, I'm going to assume that's the part which is confusing to you.
Take a look at the picture I included with this answer. Do you see how each of the kids have their own designated place? That's known as their "spot". The same mentality applies to your question as well. We use "spot" to refer to the number of students a school will accept, and similar to how there are only so many "spots" on the rug, there are typically only so many "spots" for a particular school


Q: Students who understand their learning styles will know how to work efficiently, how to manage their time, how to set up a great schedule, which contributes to the best results
Does this sentence sound naturally? If not ,pleasecorrectit for me,thanks を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Students who understand their learning styles will know how to work efficiently, how to manage their time and how to set up a great schedule, which contributes to the best results

(Your English is really good!!)


Q: Students と Pupils はどう違いますか?
A: Student is used in the U.S all throughout school and college. In the U.K a student is just for college/university age, and pupil is used to describe schoolchildren, particularly elementary/primary schoolchildren
Q: Students are afraid of making mistakes. と Students are afraid to make mistakes. はどう違いますか?
A: (hi army 💜)
Q: Students studying computer science are demanded in society. と There is a demand for students studying computer science in society. はどう違いますか?
A: The first one is in passive voice, whereas the second one is in active voice. The first one sounds a bit awkward, so I recommend using the second one in this case. Usually the active voice is better to use in formal writing
Q: Students will have more and more confidence in their ability to work things out. と Students will become more and more confident in their ability to work things out. はどう違いますか?
A: Students will have more confidence = they will be confident in the future.
Students will become more confident in the future = they will have a gradual change and gain more confidence

It's like the difference between です and なります
Q: Students in America have three months of summer vacation と Students in America have summer vacation of three months はどう違いますか?
A: The first variant sounds much better to my ears.


Q: Students answered correctly at the rate of 50%–60%. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: It sounds more natural to say "50 to 60 percent".
Q: Students surveyed reported.
= 1. students who are surveyed reported.
=2. surveyed students reported
(such as pretty Student or Cool boy)
↪⤴️ ↪⤴️
so no.1&2 is same? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Sounds good to me!
Though has the same meaning as "but" the difference is that it is used at the end of a sentence.
For example
I want to eat more, but I'm full

I want to eat more, I am full though.
Most Americans will say "but" instead
Q: Students are scare of circle of friendship that’s why they tend to suit the atmosphere.
If student out of the circle sometimes the student will be bullied by other students.
Most of everyday we watch a news which is about suicide by students. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Most students are scared to intrude on friendship circles, so they read the atmosphere first.
If they enter the wrong friendship circle, it is possible that they will be bullied by other students.
Almost everyday, we hear about a student committing suicide on the news.
Q: Students は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: Students who may not live near a good school or have to work full-time now (have/and to have) the option of attending an open university or online college to earn a degree at their own pace. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?


Q: Students can discuss only a few important things in the textbook in each class. この表現は自然ですか?
I think it would be more natural to say:
"students are only able to discuss a few important things from the textbook each class"
Q: 1. Students protested the decision.
2. Students protested against the
3. Students protested at the decision.

A: The first one.
Q: Students learn to do fractions in sixth grade math class. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Sounds great!
Q: Students would make a better outcome. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Students would have a better outcome. [if the reason is not in the students' control, ie better teachers]
Students could produce a better outcome. [if the reason is within the students' control, ie studying more]
Q: Students and their families are separately seated in the front and back of the auditorium respectively. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Don't forget to put a comma before respectively.
"The diploma and advanced diploma require two and three years of study, respectively."