I would like to know the differece between class and classes if I say:
I went to class
I went to classes
Thanks in advance!
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i think that it is a general question, you should be more specific
class is singular(just one class)
classes is plural (more than one class)
I don't understand what specifically you're confused about. You're probably overthinking it.
Just as with most other countable nouns, adding an '-s' or '-es' to a word makes it plural.
So, if you had just 1 class, you should say, "I went to class." If you had two or more classes, you can say, "I went to (my) classes."