"The day we skipped the class and hid in the restroom from getting caught" Does this sentence sounds meaningful ?Does it have any error ?
- geezerLv 76 months ago
As you've written it, it isn't a complete sentence.
''On the day we skipped class, we had to hide in the restroom to avoid getting caught''.
- RPLv 76 months ago
I'd make the second clause "to avoid getting caught."
- busterwasmycatLv 76 months ago
you need to make it a complete sentence. the day (something) is what you need. the day (that we skipped class and hid ....) something.
- GypsyfishLv 76 months ago
You have a subject- "day" and then an adjective clause "(that) we skipped the class ...") but no verb for the subject "day". What about that day?
That was the day we skipped class and hid in the restroom to avoid being caught."
The day we skipped class and hid in the restroom to avoid being caught was the day I...."
"skipped class", not "the class". You're not talking about a class that has been specified before.
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- Karen LLv 76 months ago
It isn't a complete sentence, and it isn't correct. The correction for what you have written is: the day we skipped class and hid in the restroom to keep from getting caught'. For it to be a complete sentence you would have to say something like 'the day we skipped class..etc etc...was the day the school caught fire'. What you wrote merely identifies a particular day.