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    What word should I use for a student who does less well in his studies?

    When a student is performance less well in his studies than he did, how do I describe this situation?

    Can I use "He has slackened in his studies."?

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    Re: What word should I use for a student who does less well in his studies?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    When a student is performing less well in his studies than he did, how do I describe this situation?

    Can I use "He has slackened in his studies."?

    Thanks.
    "He is performing less well" is fine.

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    Re: What word should I use for a student who does less well in his studies?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    When a student performs less well in his studies than he did, how do I describe this situation?


    'His performance has deteriorated.'

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