## Course — US. [kɔːrs], UK. [kɔːs]

## Main meanings word ‘Course’:

- A series of lessons or lectures on a particular subject.
- The direction or path along which something moves or progresses.
- A part of a meal served at one time.

## 10 simple sentences with ‘Course’:

- I took a math
**course**. - The
**course**was challenging. - Alyssa teaches a history
**course**. - Of
**course**, I will pass the exam. - The
**course**starts next week. - She completed the
**course**early. - Of
**course**, Nicholas didn’t do it. - He teaches an online
**course**. - They enjoyed the cooking
**course**. - How long is the
**course**?

## The sentences with ‘Course’ from movies:

**Course,** I’m taken. – *Wall Street (1987)*

Did we change **course?** – *Godzilla vs. Kong (2021)*

And of **course,** the eagle! – *Around The World In 80 Days (2004)*

Mother’s interrupted the **course** of our journey. – *Alien (1979)*

Of **course** it’s a friendly call. – *Dr. Strangelove (1964)*

You brought back the money, of **course.** – *Braveheart (1995)*

Of **course** not. – *The Tourist (2010)*

Giving you full credit, of **course,** Mr. Spicoli! – *Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)*

Yes, of **course.** – *Goldfinger (1964)*

Of **course,** darling. – *Shrek The Third (2007)*

Of **course** you do. – *Cellular (2004)*

Well, it’s heavy, of **course.** – *Ford v Ferrari (2019)*

Because, of **course,** we can visit a cemetery. – *The Holdovers (2023)*

One Baker Eleven, maintain your **course.** – *Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)*

And friends, of **course.** – *Unforgiven (1992)*

Of **course** I did. – *Dune. Part Two (2024)*

Of **course** they can. – *Steel Magnolias (1989)*

Do not expect an easy **course** load. – *The Machine (2023)*

Of **course,** don’t worry. – *The Equalizer (2014)*

In a small way, of **course.** – *Them! (1954)*

Of **course** I’m still coming by later. – *Die Hard (1988)*

Of **course** we’re not gonna talk about it. – *Snowden (2016)*

Of **course** I talk to the FBI. – *The Departed (2006)*

No, of **course** not. – *The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)*

To the golf **course.** – *Dirty Dancing (1987)*

Of **course** it’s the reason. – *Broadcast News (1987)*

Not me, of **course.** – *How to Train Your Dragon (2010)*

And I signed up for an LSAT **course.** – *Source Code (2011)*

Yes, of **course** I’m sure. – *Leave the World Behind (2023)*

Well, of **course** you are. – *Quantum of Solace (2008)*

Of **course** you like it, boy! – *Aladdin (2019)*

Of **course** I’d be deeply honored. – *Iron Man (2008)*

Of **course** you can come see me. – *The Spectacular Now (2013)*

Don’t forget you have the Right, of **course.** – *Jurassic World (2015)*

Of **course** they’re broken. – *The Green Mile (1999)*

Undercover, of **course.** – *Last Action Hero (1993)*

Our **course** detective book! – *Murder Mystery 2 (2023)*

Of **course** she’s back. – *Black Swan (2010)*

On Georg’s telephone, of **course?** – *The Sound of Music (1965)*

Of **course** we’re worried. – *The Gods Must Be Crazy (1984)*

Of **course,** buddy, I believe you. – *The Lego Movie (2014)*

You didn’t, of **course.** – *American Graffiti (1973)*

But of **course,** madam. – *Slumdog Millionaire (2008)*

Of **course** he is. – *Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (1966)*

I said of **course** not. – *Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri (2017)*

Of **course** it’s my purse. – *I, Robot (2004)*

We have our disagreements, of **course.** – *Remember the Titans (2000)*

Yes, of **course,** I’ll be there. – *Jesus Revolution (2023)*

Yes, of **course,** he knew. – *Minority Report (2002)*

Of **course** you don’t. – *Knock at the Cabin (2023)*