Hi,

I want to ask that can I say this in all the ways like:

1:I am done with my masters in I.R.

2:I've got my masters degree in I.R.

3:I have done masters in I.R.

4:I have completed my masters in I.R.

5:Now I am a masters degree holder/degree holder of masters in I.R.

6:I've finished my masters in I.R.

Are the sentences given above correct to say?Please need your help because I've searched for this but didnt get the answer, I would be very thankful to you.

Hi,

Master's is better written with an apostrophe. It's short for 'a Master's degree'.

The word is often although not always written with a capital M.

What's I.R.?

I want to ask that can I say this in all the ways like:

1:I am done with my masters in I.R. OK

2:I've got my masters degree in I.R. OK

3:I have done my/a masters in I.R.

4:I have completed my masters in I.R. OK

5:Now I am a masters degree holder Awkward and clumsy

/degree holder of masters in I.R. Incorrect

6:I've finished my masters in I.R. OK

Are the sentences given above correct to say?Please need your help because I've searched for this but didnt get the answer, I would be very thankful to you.

It's common to say I have my/a Master's in I.R.

Clive
Thank you so much Clive.Your answer is realy very helpful for meEmotion: smile.Can I use all the correct sentences to tell about my Master's even if I have completed it many years ago or lets say 2 years ago?or I can only tell this way if I have done it recently?? And "I.R" stands for "International Relations".
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Hi,

Most of them suggest you finished it quite recently.

I recommend you just say I have my/a Master's in I.R.

Clive
Hello,

Thanks alot for the help,it's realy shweet of you[A].
Hi, What about this "I did my Master's in I.R"
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That's OK. Just a little less stylish than my suggestion above..

Clive