The following sentences may look simple to those who know English very well,but they are not to me.Feedback is very much appreciated to see whether the sentences are correct:
1. My daughter's examination results are satisfactory.
2. His health conditions are satisfactory.
3. I am not satisfied with my exam. result ( one result of exam).
4. They are not satisfied with your explanation(s).
Re: correct sentences
They all look fine to me. I only have one doubt - maybe ...health condition is....
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