There were days class would finish without me saying a single word.
There were many times class would finish and I’d realize I hadn’t spoken a word,
There were days- そういう日もあった。
❶ “There were days class would finish without me saying a single word.”
❷There were many times class would finish and I’d realize I hadn’t spoken a single word.
When I first came to Japan I took Japanese classes, but there were days class would finish and I’d realize I hadn’t spoken a single word.
Sometimes I wouldn't get a word in the whole class.
Sometimes I couldn't get a word in the entire class.
I didn't speak for the whole class.
"Sometimes I wouldn't/ couldn't get a word in the whole/entire class." This example is saying that you couldn't or wouldn't speak for the entire/ whole class. So for that hour you were unable to speak because others were speaking.
"I didn't speak for the whole class." Is saying the same thing, but in this way it is more of a choice to not speak during the class.
"Sometimes I wouldn't/couldn't get a word in the whole/entire class."
"I didn't speak for the whole class."
Sometimes I wouldn't say a thing in class.
There were times when I literally said nothing at all in class.
At times, I didn't say a single thing throughout the whole class.
...not say a thing' with a negative verb form can be used to mean 'not anything' i.e. I didn't say a thing=I didn't say anything.
'times' (plural) usually used with 'be' verb, or 'at times' is another way of saying sometimes
'literally' means actually and makes your meaning stronger
「...not say a thing」は（否定文で）「何もない（not anything）」を表します。
I didn't say a thing=I didn't say anything.
Sometimes I wouldn't say a single word during class
To say that you would not say a single word is to say that you remained silent the whole time and did not speak at all for the entire duration of the class.
"I woud not say a single word”= 授業中ずっと口をひらくことなくだまっていた、という意味です。
Sometimes my input during the class was zero
There were times when I made no verbal contribution to the class
Obviously, it depends what kind of class it is. In some classes, there is no need to actively participate in anything to be a great student. However, it seems that you are a little disappointed and that you would have enjoyed taking part a little more. Perhaps it was an English class?
Sometimes entire classes passed by without me saying anything.
This is a way for you to say that on occasions you said absolutely nothing in the class. It is a little more formal than other ways that you could say it. This sentence refers to several classes so if you would like to refer to one class, you could change the sentence to say "Sometimes an entire class passed by without me saying anything." Both of these are fine to say.
I hope that this helps :)
"Sometimes an entire class passed by without me saying anything."
Sometimes I class will end without me speaking at all.
A class can start and end without me even saying a word.
When you want to explain that class sometimes ends without you speaking at all; you may explain it in the following ways:
-Sometimes class will end without me speaking at all.
-A class can start and end without me even saying a word.
-Sometimes class will end without me speaking at all.（何も話さないまま授業が終わることもある）
-A class can start and end without me even saying a word.（何も話さないまま授業が終わることもある）