"Andrew has just started evening classes. He's studying German."
I just came across this sentence in Grammar in Use. This was a example sentence, there's no more context.
From the latter part of the sentence, I assumed that he started taking evening classes. But I'm just a little confused why it is not "Andrew has just started taking evening classes." I think it would be more accurate.
I mean, "ABC college started evening classes." sounds right to me, but the above sentence ... I don't know. I just Googled it and found some books using "somebody started classes" in the book.
Can it mean somebody started taking classes as well?