LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||17/MAI/2011 5:01 PM|
I don't understand the context. Is a "boletim de estudante" a "report card"?
If so, I believe they have boxes under the heading "grade" or "final grade". The professor would write in the boxes either letters (A, B, C, D, F - never an E) or possibly a number (5, 4, 3, 2, 1). If the class is given on a pass/fail basis, then I would expect to read either pass/fail or passed/failed. I agree with Fran in her assessment that the past tense is not necessary. I do not understand the need for "situation" or "status". Can someone make this clear to me?
"I got a 'pass' in the dermatology class."
"I got a 'fail' in the algebra class."
Going back to context, I assume we are looking at a translation of something. Exactly what is it?
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