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    In sentence given below should I use "all" or "whole":

    "During all my previous professional work I conducted many projects."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pierce111 View Post
    In sentence given below should I use "all" or "whole":

    "During all my previous professional work I conducted many projects."
    "whole" would not fit in that sentence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pierce111 View Post
    In sentence given below should I use "all" or "whole":

    "During all my previous professional work I conducted many projects."
    I would eliminate "all" there as well.

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    Default Re: all or whole

    Or use in all. Professional work seems a bit wordy, and I would put a comma before I. What do you mean by conducted? Were you in charge?

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