I am currently writing an essay for JPN 401 and I am trying to say this:
While my parents planned on how to take me to college, I was just doing things like watching YouTube videos, and just not feeling like doing things for the future.
I came up with this:
What I have a question on is the relative clause using か:
I have looked online and found examples of such a clause where the か would at least replace a particle in a sentence, then followed by a verb like here, but I have never found an example on how to append the か-clause to another noun like I am trying to do here. This happened again with this sentence further in the essay (here, I am talking about how the burden of taking a class falls on the student, unlike in high school):
"Quickly, the reason why you are taking a class becomes necessary to understand."
Is what I created grammatically correct, or is there some things I need to rewrite here? Specifically, is the use of の here acceptable?