I do not want to talk to a person who doesn't have communication skills after being a

tufguy

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I do not want to talk to a person who doesn't have communication skills after being a graduate.

I do not want to talk to a person who doesn't have communication skills after being passed out from a university.

Please check my sentences.
 

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In what real life situation do you want to use these sentences?
 

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I am concerned about these two parts "after being a graduate" and "after being passed out from a university". Could you please tell me whether I have used "being" correctly in these two sentences?
 

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No, you have not. Use "after graduating" both times. And please come up with a sentence you are likely to use instead of pretending you don't want to speak to someone who has graduated but lacks communication skills. Graduating and having communication skills have no connection.
 
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