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Recently I started working for a school as an accountant so sometimes I need to take classes of students because as an accountant there is not much works so I was told to take classes as well.

Suppose I entered in a class and I forgot or don't know which class or subject is to be taken how do I ask it politely?

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Why don't you ask the person who first tells you to teach the class?

Then write it down in your notebook.

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The medium of language is unknown and they don't know English well. Can you help me with that.

So the situation is this.

You speak only English. Someone who doesn't speak English asks you to teach a subject you don't understand to a class that doesn't speak English?

Is that right?

No this's not the situation


Situation is I went to a class and I was supposed to ask them which class is to be taught now. Apart from that

I can't speak English properly and some of the students don't understand native language properly so need to speak in English. So as to avoid mistakes I asked here about my queries.


But I think these sentences would work.

Which subject is to be taken?

Which subject are we going to read?

Which class is scheduled now?

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Are you asking the students you find in the actual classroom?

Which subject are you studying in this class?

Which subject are we going to work on today?

Which subject is scheduled now?

The first sentence what if I replace "you" with "are" because this is how we talk to kids.

Students which subject are we going to study.

The first sentence what if I replace "you" with we because this is how we talk to kids?

Students, which subject are we going to study?

OK, but don't forget punctuation.

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