Makoto Onhr
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. Thank you.
Jan 31, 2017 6:08 AM
Answers · 7
Both sentences have the same meaning. They finish the class. They leave the classroom. Then they go to the coffee shop.
January 31, 2017
They are exactly the same.
January 31, 2017
the two sentences have the same meaning regardless the class held in coffee shops or not
January 31, 2017
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