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    Helpful Definition for: Classes & Instruction

    Albany has classes or instruction available for many topics. The topics could be academic, such as library instruction, foreign languages, advanced classes in school-covered subjects, and so on. Non-academic classes and lessons are also available, such as karate lessons, gym class, fine arts, dance lessons, and so on. The former may be offered at schools, colleges or learning centers, while the latter are offered at various centers. The classes maybe structured in many different ways, and can be of different durations. They can be of level levels of expertist, such as beginner, intermediate or expert. The charge for the classes in Albany may also be different, and may depend on various factors, such as size of the class, duration, level of complexity of the taught subject, and so on. Leaning something new can be an interesting and challenging experience. One should try to join classes that have experienced and patient instructors who are willing to work with his/her students.

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