Are there any differences between “graduate from high school” and “graduate high school“? I learned to put "from" when I use the verb "graduate."
No, there isn't a difference between "graduate from high school" and "graduate high school." Even though "from high school" is grammatically correct, you may notice that "from is sometimes omitted in spoken English. If you just say "graduate high school," the verb "from" is already implied. Ex: I will be graduating high school soon. = I will be graduating from high school soon. Ex: She graduated high school two years ago. = She graduated from high school two years ago.