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miyoko71
Morocco

Help
 
Can we say:"He/She is a nasty student", just to mean that he/she is so much noisy and can ´t be controlled in the classroom.
Thanks for your help in advance

20 Jun 2009      



frenchfrog
France

What about ´rowdy ´ or ´boisterous ´? Wink

20 Jun 2009     



Spagman63
Hong Kong

Nasty is NOT the same as noisy. Nasty means being rude to the others or even crude and gross.  Just being noisy is inconsiderate but not nasty.  As far as behavior goes, naughty would be better.

20 Jun 2009     



libertybelle
United States

Or rambunctious!

20 Jun 2009     



frenchfrog
France

Didn ´t know that one! Thumbs Up (You can also say ´rumbustious ´)

20 Jun 2009     



miyoko71
Morocco

Dear friends,
 
Thanks alot .
Have a nice weekend

20 Jun 2009     



Choli
Argentina

How about ´disruptive ´?
 
Hugs
Choli

20 Jun 2009     



libertybelle
United States

How about a total pain in the ass? Embarrassed

20 Jun 2009     



Mar (itxasobcn)
Spain

20 Jun 2009     



pepapelaez
Chile

I liked the last one  hehehehehe
 
there are many of those at the school where I work ... hehehe

20 Jun 2009