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    #1

    high mark/s

    He has scored high marks in every subject.

    He has scored a high mark in every subject.

    Are both sentences correct?

    Thanks in advance.


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    #2

    Re: high mark/s

    He has scored high marks in every subject.

    It means he either received one mark or more in every subject -- ambiguous

    He has scored a high mark in every subject.
    One mark for each subject

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    Re: high mark/s

    I think both are fine


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    Re: high mark/s

    Thanks.

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