something partly invloved in doing something
I was writing an e-mail about my recent change of occupation to my good friend in Australia.
I have a few years of work experience in a few different fields of occupation, such as tutor, sales manager.
In the e-mail, I was writing this:
Teaching kids is not as easy as you think of, because my work experience had partly invloved in teaching kids....
I am not sure if it is grammartically correct to write
"my work experience had partly invloved in doing something"
or shall I change it to
"my previous job had some invlovement in doing something"
Please help teachers.
Last edited by kwfine; 10-Sep-2010 at 19:55.
Re: something partly invloved in doing something
Teaching kids is not as easy as you think. My work experience partly involved teaching kids....
Originally Posted by kwfine
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