How might i say the following in Japanese -
“Is next weeks class the last before Christmas?”
Just started thinking about it whilst at work, and now i need to know.
this was my best guess? -
but unsure about use of 最終?
Any help would be appreciated.
クラス in Japanese means a group of students, so 授業 is probably better.
Is probably what I’d say while keeping your main structure
As for 最終, I don’t think there’s anything inherently wrong with it, but I don’t hear it as much as 最後. 最終的な would be used if you were modifying a noun directly. You can’t put です after it like that.
Awesome - that makes sense ! ありがとうございました
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