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Sunday 10th of February 2008 06:20:23 PMCome se dici...:
How do you say "I graduate next year" or "I only have one semester left before I graduate" (from a university)
I can't find these phrases anywhere. Your help is greatly appreciated.Avaldi
Sunday 10th of February 2008 08:01:39 PM
Graduation is "Laurea", and next year is "l'anno prossimo" but I really can't help you with the full phrase. Maybe it's "Ho laurea l'anno prossimo" -> I have graduation next year. But it's not 100% sure. Scusi! :(Tyrrena
Saturday 16th of February 2008 01:07:22 AM
"I graduate next year" =
Credo che sia:
"Mi sarò laureato/a l' anno prossimo"
Ma, sarebe meglio se un italiano lo verifica
Wednesday 27th of February 2008 03:50:55 AMAnswer to ekonomistudenten:
Originally posted by ekonomistudentenHow do you say \"I graduate next year\" or \"I only have one semester left before I graduate\" (from a university)
I can't find these phrases anywhere. Your help is greatly appreciated.
(1) "Come se dici" should be written: "Come si dice" ;).
(2) "I graduate next year"
can be literally translated:
"Mi laureo l'anno prossimo"
But in this case:
"Mi laureerò l'anno prossimo"
(future tense) is better usage.
(3) "I only have one semester left before I graduate"
can be translated:
"Mi manca soltanto un semestre per laurearmi"
Wednesday 05th of March 2008 09:48:47 AM
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