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1. At the first class, we have fine arts.
2. In the first class, we have fine arts.

Which preposition do we ahve to use?

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    1. At the first class, we have fine arts.
    2. In the first class, we have fine arts.

    Which preposition do we have to use?

  • English Expression -

    Use "in" -- better yet, use "during."

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