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a drama/secretarial/Spanish course
an introductory course in economics
You could do a language course abroad.
The school runs courses for beginners.
She’s on a time management course this week.
The captain had to change course quickly.
The oil tanker veered off course and hit a rock.
Several villages along the course of the river were flooded.
What course of action do you recommend?
The safest course is to avoid alcohol.
In the normal course of events, he would have left and thought no more about it.
a speech that changed the course of history
I had prawns, followed by steak for my main course.
They do a two-course lunch for £4.99.
The treatment involves a course of steroid injections.
The mountains are the most difficult part of the course.
an 18-hole course