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    Question graduate or graduates

    Dear teachers,

    Here are two sentences:
    1: Kitty is a graduate of School A
    2: Kitty is a graduate of School B

    Is it grammatically correct to say:
    Kitty are graduates of School A and School B?

    I am sorry to ask this simple question.

    Please help clarify, teachers.

    Thank you

    Kitty

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    Re: graduate or graduates

    Hi,
    it's not correct. Kitty is still one person.

    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: graduate or graduates

    Kitty is a graduate of School A and School B.

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