the grade is already released

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I took a test a few days ago, and the professor already released our grades.
So, i like to say about this to my friends and I don't know which one is more colloquial

1. The professor has already released our grades!

2. Our grades has already been released!

(or is there any way to say this?)

Personally, I believe that the frist one is more often used,
but I'm not quite sure.

Thank you.!
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    Sure, why not. Depends on the circumstances, of course -- and what you would like to emphasize. Quite often the most important thing will be what was released (the grades) and not who released them (the professor) because, really, who else is going to release them but the professor? So everyone will know this. :)
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