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Yesterday I got a message that

"There will be no introduction lecture"

Now, I'm not sure if it's a mistake or it's another grammatical way to say

"There will not be a lecture".

If they are both valid, is there a difference between them? (such as register, etc.)

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    It is not a mistake. As you wrote, it has the meaning of "There will not be an introduction lecture" – Geshode Jun 14 '18 at 5:11
  • @Geshode -- Your comment would make a good answer. – Jasper Jun 14 '18 at 5:37
  • @Jasper then I will post it as one. I was just not sure, since it is so short. – Geshode Jun 14 '18 at 5:38
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It is not a mistake.

As you wrote, it has the meaning of "There will not be an introduction lecture".

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