Fonso
Is unclear day correct? For example: In June, unclear day, I was waiting for someone. Thank you in advance!!
Dec 4, 2014 3:41 AM
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No, it isn't, I'm afraid. We use 'unclear' to mean that something is difficult to understand, for example, 'It's unclear what you are trying to say'. For the day, you could say: Cloudy Overcast Dull
December 4, 2014
I generally don't hear anyone call it an "unclear day". I would use "cloudy day" if the sky is cloudy or "foggy day" if there is a lot of fog. Also the sentence should be written "On a cloudy day in June, I was waiting for someone" or (for more clarity) "I was waiting for someone on a cloudy day in June" Hope this helped :)
December 4, 2014
was June, I was waiting for you in obscure day. may be so ))
December 4, 2014
nope its not true. unclear is something about the situation not directly related with day.
December 4, 2014
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