lessons learnedare lessons learned.
lessons wereIt appeared that lessons were already being learned.
few lessonsThere are few lessons to be learned from history.
music lessonsI merely propose that the charade of music lessons be terminated.’
valuable lessonsHe had learned two valuable lessons when, in 1924, he became head of the Bureau of Investigations.
many lessonsToo many lessons in the morning I'm sorry.
lessons haveHowever, lessons have been learnt since the earlier transformations.
piano lessonsWhy was Elinor in charge of Maisie's piano lessons?
lessons mustAnd lessons must be paid for.
important lessonsHe says it's taught him important lessons.
lessons becauseBut I could not make Adèle concentrate on her lessons because she was constantly talking about the presents Mr Rochester had promised to bring her.
there are lessonsBut there are lessons to be learnt.
history lessonsShe remembered a phrase from her Irish history lessons in the convent school most of the girls of the Jewish community had attended.