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    Disrupt a lesson?

    What is the right vocabulary to describe a situation in class when some trouble-maker makes it impossible for the teacher to continue the lesson? Is the following sentence correct? I need some "school vocabulary" for it.

    The pupil has disrupted the lesson.

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    Re: Disrupt a lesson?

    Quote Originally Posted by englishhobby View Post
    The pupil has disrupted the lesson.
    That is fine.

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    Re: Disrupt a lesson?

    Thank you.

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