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"An English class that inspires your child"

"An English class that lights up your child's mind"

Hi! Guys! I have got an important question that needs help. I really appreciate any suggestions.

I need a word or phrase that means inspiring. Does the phrase an English class that lights up your child's comes across as an English class that comes with a lot of thought-provoking discussion and contents about different subjects that can inspire the child.

Thanks in advance.

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anonymousHi! Guys!

I think you mean "Hi, guys!"

anonymousI have got an important question that needs help.

You do not mean that the question needs help. The question needs answering or you need help with it.

anonymousI really appreciate any suggestions.

I am sure that's true, but you mean "I would really appreciate …."

anonymousDoes the phrase an English class that lights up your child's comes across as an English class that comes with a lot of thought-provoking discussion and contents about different subjects that can inspire the child.

It looks like you left out a word. "Lights up your child's mind" is OK, but it implies that my child's mind is dark now, and I am not sure I'm comfortable with that. Besides, maybe my child's mind is already way too lit up. Do you have anything that will settle my child's mind? I don't see what is wrong with "inspire".

Also, "content" is non-count there.