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Phrasing for "Attended to different levels, ending (...) Advanced Level."

English Language Learners Asked by Italo on July 24, 2020

Which one of the followings sounds better.

  • One year English course. Attended to different levels, ending at Advanced Level.
  • One year English course. Attended to different levels, ending at the Advanced Level.
  • One year English course. Attended to different levels, ending at an Advanced Level.

If none of them is correct. What would be a better way to phrase this? I’m trying to add this to my LinkedIn page. I personally would go for the second one, but I’m not completely sure.

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