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Can I say,

(a) John is currently studying in /at the St. Grabell school.

(b) He studies in / at St Grabell school.
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Hi,

Say 'at'.

Clive
Can I say,

Their son, Tony is studying in Year 6 at St Grabell school now.
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Hi,
Vincent, in my culture someone would say a brief 'thank you' for the first answer before asking a second question. Perhaps your culture is different.

Can I say,

Their son, Tony is studying in Year 6 at St Grabell school now.
No.
Their son, Tony, is studying in Year 6 at St Grabell school (now).

Best wishes, Clive
Thanks!!

Can I say,

He studies at the school which near to his house.
Hi,
He goes to/studies at the school which is near his house.
He goes to/studies at the school near his house.

Clive
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CliveTheir son, Tony, is studying in Year 6 at St Grabell school (now).
Hi Clive

Shouldn't 'school' be capitalised since it is part of the name?

Many thanks.
Hi,

Sometimes such words are part of the proper name, and sometimes they are not.

Usually, we are quite careless about such matters when we write.

Best wishes, Clive
PS -In fact, in spoken English and in non-formal writing, we often omit the word 'school',

eg Their son, Tony, goes to St Grabell.
eg Their son, Tony, is in Year 6 at St Grabell.

Clive
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