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    #1

    above/up/upwards

    Hi guys!


    "He can teach anyone from the pre-intermediate level and above" OR "He can teach anyone from the pre-intermediate level up/upwards"

    Are both sentences OK, especially "above/up/upwards"

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    #2

    Re: above/up/upwards

    I prefer the second; the first is OK but I'd be more likely to say 'anyone who is pre-intermediate level or above'.

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    #3

    Re: above/up/upwards

    Ok

    So it could be:

    1. He can teach anyone who is pre-intermediate level or above

    2. He can teach anyone who is pre-intermediate level up/upwards

    3. He can teach anyone from the pre-intermediate level on up

    Thanks

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