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Dear teachers
A)He has to go to abacus lesson/class.
B)She has an ballet lesson/class later.
C)It's time for English lesson/class.

a, Should I use lesson or class?

b, What's the difference between lesson and class?

c, Should I place "a" before lesson?

The daycare centers in Taiwan usually have some extracurricular classes/lessons? for their students. I'm confused as to which one I ought to use for daycare centers and cram schools.
Thanks zillions for answering my questions
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It depends whether you are working in AmE or BrE.

In the UK, we typically use lesson for the content, and class for the group or place, although there is a certain amount of room for personal preference. For example:

I have a ballet lesson later.

That girl is in my ballet class.

I was late for the lesson, and raced up the stairs and into the class/classroom, pulling on my ballet shoes as I went.

In your examples, I would probably use lesson for the first two, and class for the last.
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David - see the answer to your other query on this topic.
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Hi Davidrock Emotion: smile
I think you should use "class" for all your statement.
- Lesson: eg. a part of book, an excercise... that is assigned to study or learn...
- Class:
. education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings (the meaning in sentence A)
. a group of students meeting regularly to study a subject under the guidance of a teacher
. the period during which a group of students meets for instruction...
You can say " a class" but not in these cases.
About the daycare centers and cram schools, I think "class" or "course" is okay.

I hope it helps you somewhat.

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