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    Question Does it make sense?

    Hi,
    Does the following expression make sense?

    "You rush from a class to class"

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    Re: Does it make sense?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ever Student View Post
    "You rush from a class to class"
    Omit 'a', or write 'You rush from one class to another/the next'.

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    Re: Does it make sense?

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    Omit 'a', or write 'You rush from one class to another/the next'.
    Thanks very much.

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