- 1 Post By Tdol
Are these sentences correct:
1-I like working with any technician.
2-I like working with every technician.
3-I like working with any techincian.
4-I like working with every technician.
Apart from the typo in #3, what's the difference between the first and second set?
They're correct, though not synonymous.
Thanks a lot TDOL and sorry for the mess-up.
The second set was supposed to be:
3-I would like working with any techincian.
4-I would like working with every technician.
At first I did not see the difference in the meanings. Now I think I get it.
3 would mean: any one will do.
4 would mean: I would like to work with all of them individually.
Am I correct?
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