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    #1

    My other / More of my / Other of my achievements

    Hi,

    Question:
    Which sentences are correct?

    Sentence1:
    My other achievements are outlined on my resume.
    Sentence2:
    More of my achievements are outlined on my resume.
    Sentence3:
    Other of my achievements are outlined on my resume.

    Thanks

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    Re: My other / More of my / Other of my achievements

    1st one, of course.


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    Re: My other / More of my / Other of my achievements

    All three are correct; although, "my other" implies that the achievements listed in your resumé are your only other achievements. "Other of my" seems a bit on the formal side, unless you were applying for a position as a librarian or a university professor (Then again, I am an American.). I'd stick with "more of my..."

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