(1) Insofar as such writers flunk the tests laid out by textbook publishers, they risk slipping quietly out of circulation.(2) My teacher phoned me and threatened to flunk me if I didn't go to class.(3) And also, I think, look, people sue because the teachers flunk their kids.(4) When it comes to simple arithmetic, involving trillions of dollars of workers' Social Security money, the privatizers flunk the test.(5) English teacher Mr. Bates seems to flunk her for very suspect reasons.(6) ├ö├ç├┐If you're talking about an elite, wealthy athlete,├ö├ç├û he says, ├ö├ç├┐they'll go to people like me to make sure they don't flunk drug tests.├ö├ç├û(7) So the teacher said - the English teacher said she would flunk me if I didn't take drama, because she thought I had to overcome my shyness.(8) I tell Rufus McClure about this and he chuckles, ├ö├ç├┐Many an English teacher would flunk Hemingway.├ö├ç├û(9) And no matter how high they set the price, you were going to buy one copy because otherwise you'd flunk the course.(10) I would sooner or later flunk my tests and exams.(11) I didn't flunk but I didn't do too well(12) No teacher can ever flunk a student on the basis of personal dislike.(13) ├ö├ç├┐I hope Boarst flunks her and she gets kicked out,├ö├ç├û Lauren muttered under her breath.(14) Many students flunked out of college trying to get edit decision lists to play on their roommate's computer.(15) So far, however, the bloggers are flunking the journalism test.(16) After driving across America with two girlfriends in the summer of 1964, Judee flunked out of college.