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doxs
Posted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014 3:33:18 PM
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Ciao!

Dovrei scrivere questa frase:

I have ... years experience as a .. and ... years experience as a ...

per non ripetere "years experience" nella stessa frase, andrebbe bene omettere " un experience" e scrivere

I have ... years experience as a ... and ... years as a ...

E' corretto?


Grazie




Morzen
Posted: Sunday, March 2, 2014 4:07:48 PM
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I have nine years experience currently working in retail sales. Prior to this I worked as a truck driver for three years.

I have nine years experience working in retail sales, and three years prior employment driving trucks for a domestic cartage company.

Saying: “I have nine years experience as a retail sales person, and three years experience working as a truck driver,” is correct as well, but not my ‘style’ or preference.
sarah71
Posted: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 10:43:42 AM

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ciao,
Io scriverei "I've worked as a... for nine years, and prior to this I worked as a... for three years". A meno che tu non abbia concluso anche il rapporto di lavoro durato nove anni, dunque la frase dovrebbe essere riformulata come "I worked as a... for nine years, and prior to this I worked as a... for three years", in quanto il passato remoto indica un'azione compiuta, che non perdura nel presente.
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