English

posted by .

What is different in middle school compared with elementary school?

In middle school, we wear a school uniform, we have different teachers for for each subject, and we don't stay with our homeroom teacher all day.
-------------------------
Are the question and the answer grammatical?
What other similar question can we use?

1. What are the differences between middle school and elementary school?

2. What differences does middle school have compared with elementary school?

3. Can you say the differences beetween middle school and elementary school?

4. Can you name the differences beetween middle school and elementary school?

5. Can you tell the differences beetween middle school and elementary school?

6.......

  • English -

    First, between is spelled this way, not bee-tween.

    Your first sentences are perfect.

    1 is very good, perfect.
    2 - no. It just doesn't quite make sense.
    3 - no. Can you SAY the differences may be correct, but nothing we would ever use.
    4. Is good.
    5. It really means can you know the differences. Tell can mean telling a story or a description, OR it can mean determining the differences. Here, it doesn't seem to mean describing, but differentiating. "Tell" in that sense is more colloquial/idiomatic, but we would not ask someone to "tell" the differences in describing them as in speaking.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. English expression

    Hana Middle School This is our school. It's 37 years old. There are 780 students and 34 teachers. We have a computer center and a library. We have a gym and a music room, too. Our Classroom This is our classroom. There are 40 students …
  2. English

    1. I'm in the third year of middle school. 2. I'm in the third year in middle school. (Which preposition do we have to use?
  3. 1 Credit for HS

    How to earn one credit for high school? Last year when the whole 6th grade visit our middle school (we have 2 middle schools in our district, my friends and other people are going to that middle school but since I'm not going to that
  4. law

    Identify and analyze the different crimes for which students are most at risk for in K-12, include some of the differences in victimization found across elementary, middle school, high schools, and college. Provide reasons why you …
  5. English

    Talk about the things you don't have to do on Sunday. I don't have to study hard. I don't have to see teachers at school. I don't have to see my homeroom teacher. I don't have to walk to school. I don't have to clean my classroom. …
  6. English

    1. Middle school is the same. 2. Elementary school is the same. 3. Middle school is not the same as elementary school. 4. Middle school is different from elementary school. ------------------ In each sentence, Is 'same' an adjective …
  7. English

    1. Jenny's friends're not angry. 2. Your friends're generous. (Are the contractions grammatical?
  8. English

    1. Middle school is the same. 2. Elementary school is the same. 3. Middle school is not the same as elementary school. 4. Middle school is different from elementary school. ------------------ In each sentence, Is 'same' an adjective …
  9. English

    (Situation: A boy has arrived at school. He is walking in the hallway. He is not wearing a school uniform. A teacher says to him, 'You should always wear your uniform to school.') 1. You should always wear your uniform to school. 2. …
  10. English

    Thank you for your help. I need to post the same questions. 1. You should wear your uniform to school. 2. You should wear your uniform when you come to school. 3. You should wear your uniform at school. 4. You should wear your uniform …

More Similar Questions