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I just graduated from high school, and I wanted to know whether it would be more correct to say "I have graduated"/"She has graduated" or "I am graduated"/"She is graduated."

Please help.

Thank you!
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Hi Anon

I'd say it would be more common to say "I have graduated".

Using the simple present tense of the verb "be", you could use the word "graduate" as a noun and say this, for example:
"I am (now) a graduate."

For some additional information about how the verb "to graduate" can be used, have a look here:
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/graduate%5B3%5D
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