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    "was carried on in"

    Is it correct sentence, can I use "was carried on in" here?

    All the course of education was carried on in the Russian language.

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    Re: "was carried on in"

    Quote Originally Posted by Tvita View Post
    All the course of education was carried on in the Russian language.
    This part in the Russian language is good, but the rest needs to be reworded:

    All the education courses
    were
    carried out

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    Re: "was carried on in"

    Or . . .

    The entire education course was conducted in Russian.


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    Re: "was carried on in"

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedqq View Post
    Or . . .

    The entire education course was conducted in Russian.
    Is "all the course of education" the incorrect phrase?

    It meant the course of study at university.

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    Re: "was carried on in"

    Try,

    All the university courses are conducted in Russian.

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