'After the class' at the beginning or end?

Shervan360

Member
Persian
Hello,

Which is correct?

After the class, I'll send you a message or I'll send a message to you after the class?

Thanks
 
  • natkretep

    Moderato con anima (English Only)
    English (Singapore/UK), basic Chinese
    Both are correct (but say 'after class', not 'after the class', as Edinburgher indicated below). It depends on what you want to highlight. Usually, the important information comes at the end.
     
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    Edinburgher

    Senior Member
    German/English bilingual
    I would almost certainly say "after class", not "after the class".

    Your question in #3 is unrelated, so will need a new thread.
     

    Edinburgher

    Senior Member
    German/English bilingual
    Thank you, but my main question was #3.
    Each thread discusses only one topic. According to your thread title, the topic of this thread is about the positioning of "after (the) class" in an example sentence.
    If you want to ask about a different aspect of the same example sentence, namely "send you X" vs "send X to you", that's a different topic and needs a new thread.
     

    Shervan360

    Member
    Persian
    Each thread discusses only one topic. According to your thread title, the topic of this thread is about the positioning of "after (the) class" in an example sentence.
    If you want to ask about a different aspect of the same example sentence, namely "send you X" vs "send X to you", that's a different topic and needs a new thread.
    Thanks, but the moderator has changed the title of the topic.

    Sure, I will create a new topic.
     
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