授業が終わりました。for complete sentence!
Why is it "授業が" and not "授業は"?
授業は終わりました is accepted as of May 30, 2020.
Not for me (Android) as of Nov 4, 2020
For me 終わり sounds like "over"
That's good! 終わり also means The End.
I swear they just used the te form for class being finished. Can you use both?
Using the て form would make it "the class has ended", and using the て form in the past tense would be "the class had ended", from what I understand.
how about 授業を終えました?
Why が not は?