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In an email I want to send to school where I work is this correct to ask 'any news for new courses?' can I say courses or better to say classes? is preposition for correct?

  • I'm not sure what information you're trying to get. Are you trying to find out if new courses have been added to the schedule? – Ringo Oct 20 '17 at 10:47
  • Ringo pretty much answered it, but just to give the most specific answer: the news is about new courses. The news is for the people who need the news. – stangdon Oct 20 '17 at 11:55
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For isn't incorrect, but it's also not very specific.

If you're trying to find out if new courses have been added to the schedule, then I would say this:

Do you have any news as to whether new courses have been added?

Or if you're trying to get news about new courses that definitely exist:

Do you have any news about the new courses?

It's probably better to use courses, because classes is a very general term. For example, a class could be an entire course, or it could be a lesson from a single day.

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