Is there any difference?
A:The students would continue the discussions after class in coffee shops.
B:The students would continue the discussions in coffee shops after class.
A appeared in my text.
I think "after class in coffee shops" means "after class held in coffee shops".
I checked the translation.
It says "continue the discussion in coffee shops" and context implies "after class"
Is B sentence also correct or incorrect?
And A sentence never means the class held in coffee shops?
I'm sorry if I may have been unclear.