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    "At the end of the class" or "at the end of the lesson"

    Hello,

    What is the difference between:

    "At the end of the class"

    or

    "At the end of the lesson"

    If i teach my pupils a lesson, wouldn't it be the same as class?

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    Re: "At the end of the class" or "at the end of the lesson"

    Yes, if the class is a lesson - as it usually is - then they obviously mean the same.

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