I graduated elementary school. Even college. She should be able to graduate preschool just as well as from preschool.
When did pre-school graduation become a thing?
I graduated from kindergarten, way back when.
Why is it wrong to say from the preschool instead of just preschool?
On general, ke/ka are not "the" like English. They just signal a noun is coming. So unless necessary in English, you don't translate as 'the." We don't usually say "he graduated from the college," just "she graduated from college."
This time I chose the answer without from and it was still wrong. I have been wrong answering both with and without from. .
Why is "he graduated..." marked wrong and the correct answer must be "she graduated..."?
If everything else was correct, this should have been accepted. This is when you hit the flag at the bottom and choose "my answer should have been accepted. "