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    scott833 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Are these sentences right? I am learning to use the word, know my way around.

    1) I was feeling my way during/in the first two months of my new job, but now i have know my way around.
    2) I was not familiar with my new job in the first two months but rite now, i have familiar already.

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    Default Re: Are these sentences right? I am learning to use the word, know my way around.

    1) I was feeling my way during/in the first two months of my new job, but now I have know my way around.

    2) I was not familiar with my new job in the first two months but right now, I know my way around.
    Always capitalise I.

    Know my way around is a phrase, not a word.

    Rover

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