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Please,

Can we understand someone who 'gets along well at school' as someone who is a good student that gets good grades ?

And is it wrong if I say: "She gets along very well with her classmates." (?)

Thanks,

Avril
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"She gets along well at school" doesn't really convey much.

She does well at school says that she is a good student.

She gets along very well with her classmates is just fine.
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Grammar Geek,

Thank you!!!

Best regards,

Avril