I am not sure what the following sentence means. can anybody help me to get it?
The problem from my grades started to end.
Originally Posted by bosun
The problem regarding my grades [marks] comes to an end.
In my opinion, your sentence means : I have no more problems regarding/with my marks [ at school]- the speaker wants to state the fact that the quality of his learning is improving and so, he gets higher marks [as a consequence of his efforts in studying harder]
However, I would like to see some experts` advice.
grade - means "mark" [among other meanings]-that indicates the relative quality of a student`s work in a course, assignment ,examination, etc.
grades[ pl.] - elementary school:
e.g. I have been teaching in the grades since 1998.
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