Let's say I tought students some new grammar on the last class, and now I am going to give them a task to do for helping memorize the grammar. Could reinforce be approoriate in the following sentence? If not, then what is a natural word for saying that?

I am going to give a task to reinforce the already learnt grammar.

By the way, is it in the last class or on the last class?

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Yes, that would be fine. In full you could say "I am going to give you a task to reinforce the grammar you already learnt in the last class"

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