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    Hi,

    Please help me to see which of my sentence is correct.

    1. I have 5 years of Canada work experience.
    2. I have 5 years of Canada working experience.



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    Soonsson

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    Quote Originally Posted by soonsson View Post
    Hi,

    Please help me to see which of my sentence is correct.

    1. I have 5 years of Canada work experience.
    2. I have 5 years of Canada working experience.



    Thanks

    Soonsson
    'I have five years of experience of working in Canada.'

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    I have five years experience of working in Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David L. View Post
    I have five years experience of working in Canada.
    David, five years or five years'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clark View Post
    David, five years or five years'?
    I use an apostrophe thus:
    I have five years' experience
    I have five years of experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by svartnik View Post
    I use an apostrophe thus:
    I have five years' experience
    I have five years of experience.
    Hi there. How have you been?

    Do you think it's possible to hyphenate it like
    I have five-year experience?

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