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In my part of the world, our education follows like this "Jr. Kg, Sr. Kg, 1st standard, 2nd standard, 3rd standard, 4th standard, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, (degree courses)". A child with 3 years old enrolls for Jr. KG and 4 years old child will be in Sr. KG, 5 years old child would be in 1st standard, and so on.

In case if I want to ask someone, who is a student, that which class he/she is studying. How shall I ask that?

Here are some of my guesses :
(1) Which class are you studying?
(2) Which standard are you studying?
(3) Which class are you in?
(4) Which standard are you in?
(5) What are you studying?

And the answers might be like the followings :
(1) I'm in Jr.KG/Sr.KG/1st standard/2nd standard/3rd standard, etc.
(2) I'm in Jr. KG class.
(3) I'm in 1st class. I'm in 2nd class. I'm in 3rd class. I'm in fourth class.

Please help me with this.
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Hi,

In case if I want to ask someone, who is a student, that which class he/she is studying. How shall I ask that?

Here are some of my guesses :
(1) Which class are you studying?
(2) Which standard are you studying?
(3) Which class are you in? <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Say this
(4) Which standard are you in? <<< Or this.
(5) What are you studying?

And the answers might be like the followings :
(1) I'm in Jr.KG/Sr.KG/1st standard/2nd standard/3rd standard, etc. <<< Say this.
(2) I'm in Jr. KG class.
(3) I'm in 1st class. I'm in 2nd class. I'm in 3rd class. I'm in fourth class.

Clive
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Which standard do you moved this year?

Is this sentence correct?

Also are there any way to say which include "studying" in it. I mean people here find odd if I don't include "studying", as in "Which standard are you in", in my sentence. They feel better with "Which standard are you studying", but it's incorrect as you said. So, if possible, give me a better version including "studying" in it.
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Which standard do you moved did you move into / are you going to move into this year?

Is this sentence correct?

Also are there any way to say which include "studying" in it. I mean people here find odd if I don't include "studying", as in "Which standard are you in", in my sentence. They feel better with "Which standard are you studying", but it's incorrect as you said. So, if possible, give me a better version including "studying" in it.

I understand. Ways to say this are quite idiomatic, and probably vary from country to country. Perhaps you could say something like this.

Which/what standard are you studying in? 'In' focuses on (eg) 'Standard 7' as a class, a group of students
Which/what standard are you studying (at)? 'At' thinks of (eg) 'Standard 7' as a level of curriculum.

Clive

Plz help me with this

How can I say that I have take exam and now i am waiting for the result

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eg I took the exam yesterday and now I am waiting for the result.

In which class do you read
anonymous In which class do you read

That needs a question mark at the end. It is also not natural.


Which class are you in? or, Which standard are you in? would be better.

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I think we can't say am in 2nd class am in 3rd class we should say class 2 ..class 3
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