give a mark

give a mark
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (general) (United Kingdom)
a. dar una calificación
I know Mrs. Lopez gave you a mark you didn't like, but you didn't revise, so what did you expect?Sé que la Sra. López te dio una calificación que no te gustó, pero no estudiaste, pues ¿qué esperabas?
b. dar una nota
I thought Mr. Paredes was going to give me a mark a bit higher than that.Pensé que el Sr. Paredes me iba a dar una nota un poco más alta que esa.
c. calificar
When Mrs. Brown gives you a mark, it's based on a rubric, not just something he pulls out of his hat.Cuando la Sra. Brown te califica, se basa en una rúbrica y no en algún criterio que se saca de la nada.
d. dar un puntaje
Each of the judges is going to give you a mark based on the presentation, flavor, and creativity of your dish.Cada uno de los jueces te va a dar un puntaje basado en la presentación, sabor y creatividad de tu plato.
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