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    #1

    hold the lecture

    hello everybody,
    when i teach in a classroom, do i hold/ take(usually used in India) a lecture?
    which one is correct?

    thank you

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    Re: hold the lecture

    I'd say 'hold' but 'take' is understandable.

    If you were a student you might 'take in' a lecture.

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    #3

    Re: hold the lecture

    Quote Originally Posted by Shad View Post
    hello everybody,
    when i teach in a classroom, do i hold/ take(usually used in India) a lecture?
    which one is correct?

    thank you
    IMO, one gives a lecture or one lectures.

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