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To have stable grades?

Discussion in 'English Only' started by hx1997, Apr 5, 2013.

  1. hx1997

    hx1997 Junior Member

    中文 Chinese - Mandarin
    Hi everyone,

    Is it correct to say "I have stable grades" to express that I always perform well in school, and that I'm not likely to fail the exams?

    If this expression is incorrect, what should I say instead?

    Thank you!
     
  2. Cagey post mod

    California
    English - US
    We usually use 'consistent' rather than 'stable' to say that your grades stay the same.

    My grades are consistent.

    However, you would also want to specify that your grades are always good, rather than always bad. ;) One possibility is:

    My grades are consistently good.

    You could also use this sentence from your post: I always perform well in school.
     
  3. hx1997

    hx1997 Junior Member

    中文 Chinese - Mandarin
    Got it. Thanks again for your help!!
     

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