The following is an advertisement on English courses.
Courses starting from 3 January 2012:
General English for adults part-time
General English for adults full-time
Is 'from' the correct preposition? I was taught that it should be 'starting on". So I am confused, why 'from' is used.
Should it, in fact, be 'from' or 'on'?
Last edited by Tan Elaine; 01-Dec-2011 at 19:43.
I would say "an advertisement for English courses."