Not sure about my grammar here?
Is it ' i've completed my study in college' or 'i've completed my studies in college'?
- 1 month ago
You need to go back to high school to find the answer to that question.
I do not think you have been to college yet..
- LiliLv 71 month ago
"I've earned my college degree" is the best choice.
If you have finished your course work but not yet been awarded the degree, you could say, "I've completed my college studies." You might want to add that you expect the degree to be official on such-and-such a date.
Always go for the less wordy choice.
- robertoLv 61 month ago
- 1 month ago
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- ExpatLv 61 month ago
Studies is the correct answer.Source(s): 20+ years university English professor
- Sam SpayedLv 71 month ago
In the U.S., people would typically say, "I've completed my studies in college."
- Anonymous1 month ago
I've completed my college study. and the other is correct. the way you have the first is like
you live on campus in the college grounds. you set out to redecorate it and change the furniture. when done you have completed your study
- oldprofLv 71 month ago
Both are correct. If you studied one curriculum, like Biology, that would be "study." If you studied ten courses, like for the BS, that would be "studies."
So it depends on what study and studies refer to.
- DON WLv 71 month ago
Most people, at least in the US, would say "I've completed my college studies".
- MurzyLv 71 month ago