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maths in English:

1. maths maths


If you don’t like numbers then you’re unlikely to be very good at maths.
Liz is very good at maths.
James is very good at maths.
I’m not good with numbers so I don’t like maths.
When I was a child I didn't like maths very much.
I was never good at maths.
She was made to learn maths.
I like English better than maths.
I like maths.
He asked me if I like maths.
Maths. Homework's about derivatives, but I really can't seem to cope with it.
John is good at maths.
I have a natural talent for maths.
They made her learn maths.

2. geography geography


We are taking a course on the geography of Africa.
His knowledge of geography is insufficient.
I love geography and history.
A map helps us study geography.
I'm poor at geography
I wish I had a better memory for geography.
I need a globe for my geography classes.
She has never really liked geography.
We must bring maps and atlases for our geography lesson
She studied geography as one of her A-levels.
Magdalena is interested in geography.
In studying geography, you must make constant use of maps.
This does not mean only the study of language, history or geography.
They had little information about geography.
They don't have the slightest knowledge of geography.