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    #1

    do some GCSE English

    [A teacher is talking about teaching]
    Oh you know I've been asked to do some GCSE English next term.

    This sentence is taken from EXPLORING GRAMMAR IN CONTEXT.

    I do know 'do English' means 'learn English', and what GCSE means, but I don't know what 'do some GCSE English' exactly means. Does it mean 'teach some GCSE English'?

    Thank you in advance.

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    #2

    Re: do some GCSE English

    You're right.

    As it's a teacher talking about teaching, it's '...teach some GCSE English'.

    Rover

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