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Could you please check this? Thank you.

1) My English colleague will be at school this afternoon to welcome the French delegation.
As I told you, I have afternoon lessons and then I'll be busy picking up my child from school.

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    I'd write the second sentence like this: As mentioned before, I have afternoon classes and commitments.

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