Which one of these sentences is correct:
1) No regular classes will be there for Sunday School during June.
2) Regular classes will not be there for Sunday School during June.

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Both sentences have correct syntax, but both are missing the verb held and the prepostional phrase should be removed in each:

  1. No regular Sunday School classes will be held there during June.
  2. Regular Sunday School classes will not be held there during June.

Although neither sentence is syntactically incorrect, neither is what would normally be written. Instead, you would likely write this as:

There will be no regular Sunday School classes in June.

On the other hand, if you mean to imply the classes will take place, but somewhere else, you would want to write something like:

In June, no regular Sunday School classes will be held there.

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