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Anonymous:How I must to say: i have a degree in engineer or I hold a degree in engineer?
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How I must to say: i have a degree in engineer or I hold a degree in engineer?
I have a degree in engineering.
I hold a degree in engineering. To me, this use of hold is mainly a feature of American English.
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