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    'When our classes were off and we managed spare time, our sitting would be held in college cafe.' Is the sentence grammatically correct?

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    Re: Sitting

    It is grammatical but unusual.

    Try: When our classes were over/finished and we had spare time, we would gather together in the college cafe.

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