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I don't understand what is the difference between these two:

(1) This class is unavailable to students.

(2) This class is unavailable for students.

If I write those sentences like this, does the meaning change? :

(3) At the moment, this class is unavailable to students.

(4) At the moment, this class is unavailable for students.

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Are these correct?

I got here by plane.

I got here by walking.

I got here by feet.

I got here on feet. - Does this mean that I arrived safely and that I'm not sick?

(1) This class is unavailable to students.

(2) This class is unavailable for students.

If I write those sentences like this, does the meaning change? :

(3) At the moment, this class is unavailable to students.

(4) At the moment, this class is unavailable for students.

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Are these correct?

I got here by plane.

I got here by walking.

I got here by feet.

I got here on feet. - Does this mean that I arrived safely and that I'm not sick?

Hello CloudFalls - and welcome to English Forums.

(1) This class is unavailable to students. (2) This class is unavailable for students.

I don't understand what is the difference between these two--

(3) At the moment, this class is unavailable to students. (4) At the moment, this class is unavailable for students.

If I write those sentences like this, does the meaning change? --

Are these correct?--

I got here by plane. I got here by walking. I got here by

(1) This class is unavailable to students. (2) This class is unavailable for students.

I don't understand what is the difference between these two--

**There is no difference in meaning. 'To' is the better choice.**(3) At the moment, this class is unavailable to students. (4) At the moment, this class is unavailable for students.

If I write those sentences like this, does the meaning change? --

**No.**Are these correct?--

**Yes, as corrected:**I got here by plane. I got here by walking. I got here by

**foot.**I got here on foot - Does this mean that I arrived safely and that I'm not sick?--**None of the sentences tell us anything about your health.**