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Tell me please which article I have to use before class and the name of a certain subject in general, not about one specific class? For example:

I like going to English class.

I like going to an English class.

I like going to the English class.

Does any of the sentences sound natural? Would the following be better?

I like going to English classes.

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I like going to English classes (General use)

I like going to an English classes (Many English classes are going on, you like going to one class among them)

I like going to the English classes (particular English class)

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    What kind of grammar is that "to an English classes"? – Dmytro O'Hope Dec 23 '19 at 14:47

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