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    #1

    Graduate of numerous courses?

    Hi! Which of the following are correct? If all are correct, what is the difference?
    -graduate in numerous courses
    -graduate of numerous courses
    -graduate at numerous courses

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    #2

    Re: Graduate of numerous courses?

    One doesn't graduate from a course.
    One graduates with a degree/diploma, from University of XZV.
    A person takes a course (of learning).

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    #3

    Re: Graduate of numerous courses?

    I meant graduate (n.)

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