I'm excused absences will make it very difficult for the students to pass the course.
[I am excused + clause]
Is the above sentence structure grammatical?
Last edited by sitifan; 23-Jul-2010 at 15:20.
We generally only use "to be excused" to mean that someone leaves or is allowed to leave:
Please may I be excused? (Please can I leave the room?)
The man was behaving badly and I excused myself from his company. (I chose to move away from the man.)