come si dice in italiano 'to get good grades' (ie. at school)?
E va bene dire 'io sempre recevevo buon voto' (I always got good grades)?
Thanks for the help to you allVery similar and can often be interchanged.
For an exam you can say what was your mark, you probably wouldn't say what was your grade. At the end of the school year you would talking about your final grade, you could also talk about your final mark but probably less so. I have a feeling this usage is local, however. Let's see what some Brits have to say.