for the beginner level / for a beginner level

askxkti

Senior Member
korean
Hi!
I have a questions about articles.
Please check the sentences below.
Which one is correct?


a. On Mondays, there will be a Spanish grammar class for the beginner level.
b. On Mondays, there will be a Spanish grammar class for a beginner level.
c. On Mondays, there will be a Spanish grammar class for beginner level.
 
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    Are these your sentences, askxkti? None of the options with "beginner level" looks right to me. This sentence seems normal: On Mondays there will be a Spanish grammar class for beginners.
     

    dojibear

    Senior Member
    English - Northeast US
    d. On Mondays, there will be a Spanish grammar class for beginner level students.
    e. On Mondays, there will be a Spanish grammar class for beginners.
    f. On Mondays, there will be a Spanish grammar class at the beginner level.
    g. On Mondays, there will be a beginner level Spanish grammar class.
     

    askxkti

    Senior Member
    korean
    Are these your sentences, askxkti? None of the options with "beginner level" looks right to me. This sentence seems normal: On Mondays there will be a Spanish grammar class for beginners.
    Are these your sentences, askxkti? None of the options with "beginner level" looks right to me. This sentence seems normal: On Mondays there will be a Spanish grammar class for beginners.
    Then do you say like below?

    On Mondays there will be a Spanish grammar class for intermediates.
    On Mondays there will be a Spanish grammar class for advances.

    beginners / intermediates / advances ?
     

    dojibear

    Senior Member
    English - Northeast US
    We say "beginners" and "intermediates", but we don't say "advances". For that , you have to say "advanced students".

    There will be a Spanish grammar class for advanced students.
    There will be an advanced level Spanish grammar class.
     

    askxkti

    Senior Member
    korean
    We say "beginners" and "intermediates", but we don't say "advances". For that , you have to say "advanced students".

    There will be a Spanish grammar class for advanced students.
    There will be an advanced level Spanish grammar class.
    Thank you so much! :)
     
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