Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Graduate"

The meaning of "Graduate" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does graduate school mean?
A: IF we call it a University....like Standford University...then they have both a undergraduate college and graduate schools. There are some elite liberal arts colleges for studying just the Arts and the Humanities that do not offer a full range of Graduate Programs. But most Universities offer all the college undergraduate subjects and then the same graduate studies. Formally Graduate School but in talking with your friends you will just say "Where you going to Grad School...B School for business....like that.
Q: What does get into graduate school mean?
A: It means the person was not able to get a place at a "graduate school" - a US academic institution or university that offers postgraduate degrees such as master's degrees or PhDs.
Q: What does fresh graduate mean?
A: A fresh graduate would be someone who recently graduated.
Q: What does manage to graduate mean?
A: It means someone was able to graduate from a school or program. "She managed to graduate despite poor attendance." Or "If you manage to graduate in a year, you'll have the opportunity to work for our company. "
Q: What does being exempted to graduate as a teacher mean?
A: It's not easy to say.

It appears that he was allowed to skip something and still graduate. There's not enough to be certain.

Example sentences using "Graduate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with graduate .
A: You wouldn't use "graduate" on a daily basis, but you'd use this usually referring to school. (elementary school, middle school, high school, college)
"Congratulations on graduating high school!"
"I'm going to graduate high school this year"
Q: Please show me example sentences with graduate.
A: I am a graduate. He graduated college. She has graduated from that and she is moving on to harder things now.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "to graduate".
A: "You have to get above a C in all your classes to graduate"
"I have to graduate high school to go to college"
"I'm going to graduate college in a month"
"I am going to graduate from the little leagues to the bug leagues"
Q: Please show me example sentences with i will graduate from the college for a half years.
A: I would have finished my essay in half a year, but I got lazy.

Synonyms of "Graduate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to graduate and to major ?
A: to graduate is to finish or complete your education at a particular school.
"sortir (diplômé/-ée) de
I’ll be graduating from high school next year.
Je terminerai le lycée l’an prochain."
https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english-french/graduate

I don't know how to describe "major"
"the main subject sb studies at college, or sb studying that subject
matière [ feminine ] principale, étudiant/-ante en [masculine-feminine]

She’s a history major.
Elle est étudiante en histoire.

My major was in English.
Ma matière principale était l’anglais."
https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english-french/major
Q: What is the difference between graduate student and Ph.D. student and undergraduate student ?
A: an undergraduate student is pursuing an undergraduate degree, such as an associate’s or bachelor’s degree, typically completed in either the first two or four years of college. after getting your bachelor’s, you can choose to pursue a graduate degree, such as a master’s degree, a doctoral degree, a law degree. a phd student is in graduate school pursuing a graduate degree
Q: What is the difference between graduate and graduate from ?
A: The word "from" is often attached to the verb "graduate" to signify which university a student has attended.

"She graduated." is simply stating that the person has completed school.

"She graduated from that school."
Q: What is the difference between graduate in and graduate from and graduate with ?
A: Graduated in would be talking about the year you graduated.

“I graduated in 2012”

Graduated from is talking about what university/school you graduated from.

“I graduated from so-and-so University.”

Graduated with is talking about the degree you earned.

“I graduated with a bachelors degree in education.”

So, your sentence would be “I will meet professors from the university I graduated from.”
Q: What is the difference between graduate and undergraduate and bachelor ?
A: Bachelor's degree=This takes four to six years to complete at a college or university. For most professionals this is necessary.
undergraduate=working toward a degree(usually the Bachelor degree) at a college or university.
Graduate=is someone who has completed a Bachelor's degree.

Translations of "Graduate"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? After graduate from university, I went to Human Academy and took a license of Japanese language teacher. After that, I was employed as a part-time teacher at Sakura Japanese Language School. And 9 months later, I was promoted to full-time teacher.
A: third part
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? graduating كيف تنطق
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? graduated
A: Sounds like: grad-jew-ate-ed
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? graduate from school or graduate school
A: I will graduate (high school, college) this year.
I graduated last year.

Other questions about "Graduate"

Q: "It never occurred / seemed to me that graduate school would be so difficult."

About this sentence, why is "seemed" wrong while "occurred" is correct?

(I believed "seemed to me" here would mean like "sounded true to me".)
A: did you mean "It never occurred/seemed to me that graduate school would be so difficult"? In this case, occurred only is right. If it were "It occurs / seems to me that graduate school is more difficult than I thought it would be" seems would only be right. I can't really explain why though, it just sounds bad i guess?
Q: I will graduate from Brighture at June 30. I do not want to regret that I came here, so I have to improve my English skill. Therefor, I do not mind that my face just a little bit become rough skin due to not enough sleeping. does this sound natural?
A: i understand, but it is a little confusing. i think you mean, "i will graduate from Brighture on June 30th. i want to make use of my time here, and improve my english (this could be rewritten differently) I have learned to be thick skinned, and work without getting enough sleep.

this is just one way you could say this.

if you have questions i can try to help.:) i'm sorry if this was confusing.
Q: I am currently a student.I am attending graduate school. does this sound natural?
A: great 🤗
Q: She wants to graduate with her class. does this sound natural?
A: This isn't the same as "She wants to graduate from her school." This is because "class" in this context suggests a group of students at the same school who will graduate the same year. If you don't say "with her class" it suggests that all she wants is to graduate, regardless of the year.
Q: I am a graduate student and I am now studying at TJ university. does this sound natural?
A: Yes, what trentwallin said or ... I am a graduate student studying at TJ University. Your original sentence isn't wrong by any means though.

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