Student or Learner
Does delegation means delegates? I have consulted the dictionary and got a meaning that a group of delegates is a delegation.
Can I use either interchangeably?
For example: Students are organized as delegation/students are organized as delegates. All delegation must be present at the opening ceremony/all delegates must be present at the opening ceremony. Did I use they correctly? Are these okay? I doubt that I have used them correctly.
I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....
One more question. Look at this sentence; (Groups of)Students are organized as delegations. Is it okay? I didn't use "a" but "s".