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    #1

    Cool I have got a job of a trainer or as a trainer?

    Hi,

    Please check these sentences and state which one is appropriate and why?

    I have got a job of a trainer.

    I have got a job as a trainer.

    Thanks


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    Re: I have got a job of a trainer or as a trainer?

    Quote Originally Posted by anupumh View Post
    Hi,

    Please check these sentences and state which one is appropriate and why?

    I have got a job of a trainer.

    I have got a job as a trainer.

    Thanks
    as a trainer

    A better sentence would be "I'm a trainer" or "I work as a trainer".

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    #3

    Re: I have got a job of a trainer or as a trainer?

    I have got a job of a trainer.

    I have got a job as a trainer.

    the second one is correct.
    the first one seems to me as:
    there is someone called trainer and he has many jobs and you have got one of them

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