Is this sentence correct?

There was no choice for me to go to school while I really wanted to visit my friend at the hospital yesterday morning

I’m most concerned with how to correctly use “There’s no choice” in a sentence.


You're missing a "but":

There was no choice but for me to go to school yesterday. I would rather have visited my friend at the hospital.

You can also say "I had no choice but ..."

I had no choice but to go to school yesterday, instead of visiting my friend at the hospital like I wanted.

Side note: British speakers frequently say "at hospital" instead of "at the hospital".

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