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    uktous is offline Senior Member
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    Default In my current job, I am / have been delegated

    Hi,

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    My boss would give me more and more duties every week.


    Question:
    Should I use "am or have been"?

    Sentence:
    In my current job, I am / have been delegated more and more reponsibilities.

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    lauralie2 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: In my current job, I am / have been delegated

    What about?

    In my current job, I am delegated with more and more responsibilities on a weekly basis.

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