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    In close sequence?

    Hi. I've got a e-mail from the lecturer of my class.


    He wrote "The timetable quite often throws up classes in close sequence". What does this mean?


    Thank you.

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    Re: In close sequence?

    Presumably, it means that there isn't much time between them.

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