Originally Posted by lindadanca
First question is:
First I graduated University of Oxford and then i began a new job but then i had to leave it.
We can use 'simple past tense' while telling a story. (It is correct)
But If we construct like that , i mean i want to learn if there is any different or not.
(First I had graduated University of Oxford and then i began a new job but then i had to leave it).
The second question is:
A :I watched that movie last night.
B:Hmm..I had watched it 2 days ago.
Hmm.I watched it 2 days ago.
Which one more specific?
You could use "graduate a university" in conversation but it would definitely be considered wrong in writing. I would stick to "graduate from" unless you're having an informal conversation.