usage: graduate followed by from is the most common construction today: to graduate from Yale.The passive form, once considered to be the only correct pattern, occurs infrequently today: to be graduated from Yale.The owl is made of glass, and is crafted down to the very finest detail, with little smiling dark eyes and mouth, little re... Do you want a high quality, graduate cap or mortarboard to complete the finishing touch to your child’s graduation outfit? In some cases, the officers might ask for more proof. On a recent trip, they were particularly more inquisitive.
This is a crystal Graduation owl in an black box with a poem inside the lid. This usage still exists, though it is somewhat old-fashioned and may be slipping away.In our 1988 survey, 78 percent of the Usage Panel accepted this sentence, but almost half the Panel found it unacceptable in our 2006 survey.He just wrote "this is not at the graduate level" on all of our papers!There were 8 kids in my section- there were 2 sections.