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  1. Lucia4
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    Question Drop out

    Hi,

    Is this sentence correct: 'I sat the Biolgy and Math exams but decided to drop out physics'

    I want to say 'quit physics' or 'stop studying it/ taking lessons' Is that sentence correct?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Drop out

    Quote Originally Posted by Lucia4 View Post
    Hi,

    Is this sentence correct: 'I sat the Biolgy and Math exams but decided to drop out physics'

    I want to say 'quit physics' or 'stop studying it/ taking lessons' Is that sentence correct?

    Thanks!
    '............but decided to drop Physics' - without 'out'.

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