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    usignolo is offline Junior Member
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    Default Classwork

    Could you tell me how I should write the word "classwork?"
    Classwork/class work or class-work.
    Which of these variants are used more often?

    Links to authoritative sources are encouraged.

    If I have any mistakes in my question, correct it, please.
    It's very important for me.
    Thanks in advance,
    Max.

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    Default Re: Classwork

    Any dictionary would be an authoriitative source.

    It's one word, as is classroom and homework.

    The evolution of these compound words occurs over time. I am sure it started as class work, then probably went to class-work, but certainly for the past half century at least it's been one word.

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