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    jctgf is offline Key Member
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    Default graduated at/from?

    "I graduated in IT from Harvard"
    "I graduated in IT at Harvard"


    hi there,
    please which one is the correct form?
    thanks

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    Default Re: graduated at/from?

    I studied at Harvard, and graduated from Harvard.

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    Default Re: graduated at/from?

    Is it right to say I graduated in TI/Law/Engineering?

    Is there other way to say?

    I "resurected" this thread just because I searched some answer and as the doubt is quite similar I decided to ask here.

    Thank you so much.

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    Default Re: graduated at/from?

    That is fine - you graduate in a subject, from a university.

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    Default Re: graduated at/from?

    I "resurected" this thread
    To resurrect means to raise from the dead. I'm not sure whether you can use the word like that.
    Maybe you could say 'revive' or 'reactivate'.

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    Default Re: graduated at/from?

    Quote Originally Posted by tedtmc View Post
    To resurrect means to raise from the dead. I'm not sure whether you can use the word like that.
    Maybe you could say 'revive' or 'reactivate'.
    Well I'm not really sure, it's just that at that moment I couldn't find any other word, so I just put it into quotation marks, maybe I should say 'resume the thread, carry on with the topic' or something else. As long as the idea is understood it's ok to me. Anyway thank you for your attention.

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