Converting SQL Procedure to LINQ

Hi:

I'm a bit panicked trying to do a major change from an internet cafe on my vacation - so pls excuse simplicity of request -

Need to transfer the following sql query to Linq:

SELECT   Id, 
	CASE
		WHEN CourseInstance>1 THEN 
				Name + 
				+ ' - '  + 
				CAST(Year(RegisterDate) AS varchar(4))+ '-' + 
				CAST(Month(RegisterDate) AS varchar(2)) 
			ELSE Name 
	END AS Course,
FROM    Enrollments

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I have created a repository and am making modifications to it in following:

 public IEnumerable<Enrollment> GetEnrollmentsByUserName(string userName)
        {
            return DbSet.Where(e => e.UserName == userName); ????????????????????

        }

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Any help in translating the query from the top to the area with the question marks below   greatly appreciated!

RBS
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ArgentiCommented:
var query = 
from e in Enrollments
select new { Id = e.Id, Course = e.CourseInstance > 1 ? e.Name + " - " + e.RegisterDate.Value.Year.ToString() + "-" + e.RegisterDate.Value.Month.ToString() : e.Name } ;

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RBSAuthor Commented:
Excellent - thanks!

Roger
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