the last day of/at <a level> Or <course> ?

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Hi everybody ,,

Is it correct to say , Tomorrow is gonna be1. the last day of Intermediate-course / intermediate level

2. the last day at Intermediate-course / intermediate level

3. the end of Intermediate-course

I can't say " last day at <place> " , because it's not. after this one I have to start the next level course , the upper Intermediate level

Just for an example I'm not really an intermediate-level student as you can see :D

Thank you
  • Biffo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    "gonna" is never correct in writing - especially formal writing. It is used only to describe how someone pronounces the phrase. You may see it in song lyrics for that reason.

    I suggest:

    Tomorrow is going to be the last day of the Intermediate course.
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