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Dear teachers and friends,

I would appreciate if you could check any mistake on this statement. Thanks.

Please be informed that class for tomorrow, Thursday, 15 January 2009 will be cancelled. Class on next week, Thursday, 23 January 2009 will be held as usual.
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Please be informed that The class for tomorrow, Thursday, 15 January 2009, will be cancelled. The class for on next week, Thursday, 23 January 2009, will be held as usual.
Chris
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Thanks Chris for your prompt reply. I really appreciate it.

"The class for tomorrow, Thursday, 15 January 2009, will be cancelled."

Between these two sentences, can I use something like therefore, thus, as (what they call this, I tried to recall it, somehow I can’t remember it)

"The class for next week, Thursday, 23 January 2009, will be held as usual."

And I want to add another sentence.

"Please inform others as well."

Is it ok? Your advice on this matter would be highly appreciated.
You should not use "therefore" or "thus" but you can use "but" such as 
"The class for tomorrow, Thursday, 15 January 2009, will be cancelled, but the class for next week, Thursday, 23 January 2009, will be held as usual."
"Please inform others as well" is fine though I prefer to delete "as well".
Chris
Thanks again buddy...

Words "therefore, as a result, meanwhile, consequences and others" are being used to connect two different sentences and have their own term. However I couldn't remember what is the right term for it.
The term that I mean is something like this.
Words "along around away back into on out over through up" can be categorized as Preposition.
I tried to search it here, http://www.englishpage.com/index.html , however couldn't find anything that related to it.
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