Welcome to the English forum, Mister Owl!The principal's office is
atthe second door bydown/along the corridor.
Is it right? Even i am a learner.Please correct me.
Welcome to the English forum, Barbara Paola!I have just read this sentence: “while I was running on the corridor suddenly I fell over”
Is it correct that “on the corridor”?
You're referring to this post:
The sentence in bold seems borderline to me. I would prefer "down the corridor", assuming the person was considering the situation by reference to the room in which he/she was staying.I don't know the right meaning of the two underlined parts in the sentence below. Is it possible to change the first part simply into a double room with a bathroom, and the second into was no room with a bathroom?
I had booked a double room with an en-suite bathroom through the Internet, but there were no en-suite rooms available so I had to use the bathroom in the corridor.