Idiom Magic:某人值得讚許 Full marks to someone

【明報專訊】In Britain, full marks are the highest marks or grades possible. Example: "Paula received full marks in Geography this term." Colloquially full marks is an expression used to compliment (稱讚) someone for doing exceptionally well. "I give full marks to Albert for decorating his room so nicely," Officer Mutt said. "It took me days and days to do it," Albert added.