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I've tried hard for my physical test to be able to pass every items, Unfortunately I had a bad performance and in conquence, very bad results in my physical examinations, now I have to say about my results to one of my teacher , and my English is not good enough too! It's really hard for me to write about my terrible grade that I've get. You know, It's kind of embarrassing.

How should I write about it? What expression I can use to show my shame and embarrassed? Please help me!

Is this statement is grammatically true?

To tell the truth, My grades is kind of embarrassing, I've tried really hard but I couldn't pass the practical exam. I'm really sorry!

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Is this statement is grammatically true?

To tell the truth, My grades is kind of embarrassing, I've tried really hard but I couldn't pass the practical exam. I'm really sorry!

It is not grammatically correct, because your verb form (is) is singular, but grades is plural. This is an easy fix: Just change it to 'My grades are kind of embarrassing'.

There is another minor issue with the second part. I would change I've to I to be more idiomatic.

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  • thanks, is this statement good? Is there better expression? – blue sky Feb 7 at 13:47
  • "To tell the truth, my grades are kind of embarrassing. I tried really hard but I couldn't pass the practical exam. I'm really sorry!" is absolutely fine. – kaipmdh Feb 7 at 14:12

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