there will have or will be

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Ju

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1. There will be no class on next Monday.

2. There will have no class on next Monday.

May I ask which one is correct, I would say both are correct.


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'There will be no class [STRIKE]on[/STRIKE] next Monday' is right.
 

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Do you mean no.2 is totally wrong?

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If someone quotes one of your sentences and follows it with the comment "That is not possible", how do you think it can mean anything except "it is totally wrong"?
 
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