Which of the following sentences is correct? In fact, I'd like to know the position of adjectives and noun is correct or not. "in-person" and "online" both are adjectives for "courses", now I'd like to know which arrangement of words in the following sentences is correct.

  1. I personally favor in-person over online courses.
  2. I personally favor in-person courses over online.

Either version is correct. It would not be wrong in both cases to repeat the word courses as well which ends up with the same version.

I personally favor in-person courses over online courses

Of the two versions in the question I would find the first one more natural as the second sounds as though it has been cut off and I am left expecting something else to continue it but I think that is an issue of style not grammar.

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