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Suppose someone asks me about my experience, which sentence is the best for reply??
1. I don't have any experience.
2. I have no experience.
Please state your view. Thanks.
07:58 AM Jun 29 2008 |
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Both sentences might showing your weaknesses.
I could say "I will try my best in the future even though i haven't any experience yet"
08:02 AM Jun 29 2008 |
Both are correct but the second one is less formal!, I think.
:) If I had to choose between the two I would choose sentence no. 1. :)
12:42 PM Jun 29 2008 |
What do you think about the prospect of the oil industry in your country?? Is that difficult to enter into the industry?
Could you provide me some information???
01:23 AM Jun 30 2008 |
i think both are correct,
03:23 AM Jun 30 2008 |
Second one , i think , better
it expresses more, I think , and more aesthetic :)
01:20 PM Jun 30 2008 |
Hi I am Colombian
04:27 PM Jun 30 2008 |
Ok, I might provide you with the info you need.
let's start a new post, we can't talk about it here, can we? :p
03:15 AM Jul 11 2008 |
I think that the first response is somewhat formal, and it may be more appropriate at an interview. To be really formal, you could say "do not" instead of "don't".
05:48 AM Jul 11 2008 |
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