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One of the things that makes early spring such an exciting time of year in Japan is that, for many people, it is when the old life ends and a new one begins. This is the theme of today's WordMaster.
GRADUATE   卒業する

To graduate from a school is to complete courses and other necessary work and receive a degree.

(Be careful: You graduate FROM a school. We do NOT say, "graduate a school".)

graduateは、学校で所定のコースや必要な勉強を終えて、その証書をもらうこと、つまり卒業するという意味です。

注意: You graduate FROM a school.(学校を卒業する)とは言いますが、graduate a schoolとは言いません。


1. My sister hasn't lived at home since she graduated from high school.

2. I heard that in Japan it's hard to get into a good college but easy to graduate.
Be good!

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