Please,check this sentence...
If you had been practised a lot, you would have the degree now.
The sentence sounds strange - one doesn't normally practise for a degree. These are more natural.
If you had studied more, you would have your degree now.
If you had studied more, you would have got your degree by now.
Last edited by emsr2d2; 16-Nov-2013 at 10:40. Reason: blunder corrected
You don't have a degree in a craft.
OK, it is possible these days to get a craft degree.
I wouldn't call a degree in Engineering a craft degree, though.
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