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1. I got up late and missed the bus which I had to take in the morning. I was late for school and my teacher got mad at me when I entered my classroom. I had to remain in the classroom to clean it by myself.

2. I got up late and missed the bus number 6 which I had to take in the morning. I was late for school and my teacher got mad at me when I entered my classroom. I had to stay after school to clean the classroom alone.

(Would you check the short passages and correct any errors, please?)

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    Both look fine except that I'd remove "the" in front of "bus" in sentence 2.

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