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  1. Innocent Fairy's Avatar
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    Post Class is off or on?

    We say "My school is closed today/open today."

    What do we say when we want to describe that the school is open but for some reason there is no study for (specifically) my class.

    Can we say?
    "My class is off today."

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    Re: Class is off or on?

    That works, but "cancelled" might be a better choice.

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