- For Teachers
On the flat of the building of architecture engineering department.Can I remember that night ,there were rounds of slight cool breeze/bizarre,and lied down on the floor ,and looked up at the stars,and sang the song " Peng Hu Gulf".Isn't this naive and unconventional for engineering departments students?
On the flat of the building of architecture engineering department,Can you( refer to the sky or the ground or the god) remember that night was gusty ,and I lied down on the floor and looked up at the stars singing the song " Peng Hu Gulf".Isn't this naive and unconventional for engineering department students?
Are there any wrongs?
Who can hep me point out those wrongs?Thank you!
The question should be:
Are there any mistakes?The answer is:
Yes, there are plenty.There needs to be a verb for there to be a sentence. The first "sentence" doesn't have a verb. You need to space after sentences (after periods). And do try to make sense. Perhaps:
I was on the roof of the buioding of the architectural engineering department. The night was gusty. I lay down on the floor and looked up at the stars singing the song " Peng Hu Gulf". Don't you think that's unconventional for engineering department students?
What do you think?