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    He is

    He is studying in 11th class.
    He is studying for 11th class.
    Both I have seen.Is there any grammer difference?

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    Re: He is

    Quote Originally Posted by edmondjanet View Post
    He is studying in 11th class.
    He is studying for 11th class.
    Both I have seen.Is there any grammer difference?
    I, for one, am not going to respond to any more of your questions until you make the effort to give more helpful titles to your threads.

    'Studying in/for 11th class?' would be more appropriate here.
    Please note the spelling of 'grammar'; I have corrected this in your posts before.

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