gonna graduate in 2 days -- cackle

June 28, 2009, 04:44 PM posted in General Discussion

as i remember, it seems to say that 'graduate' means both the end of 4 years , and the beginning of time afterward.

And it's extraordinarily correct for me because I just realized....I learned nothing during university life......

It would be horrible if I didn't teach myself C#,the programming language.

hope this will lead a totally brand new life, a better life

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June 29, 2009, 01:59 AM

Hi heroius,

As a verb, "to graduate" means 毕业, to finish your studies. As a noun, "a graduate" means 毕业生, someone who has graduated. Please note that these words are pronounced slightly differently. Check your dictionary for the correct pronunciation.

Congratulations on finishing this stage of your life. Here's hoping the future is more challenging and interesting.

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July 06, 2009, 04:47 AM

thx pearltowerpete

and it IS challenging ........and INTERESTING ?