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    accumulate a lot in teaching

    Can I say:

    1. I have accumulated a lot in my teaching experience.

    or 2. I have accumalated a lot of experience in my teaching.

    or is there any way more proper?

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    Re: accumulate a lot in teaching

    Not a teacher.
    We use a noun after the verb 'accumulate' so the second sentence is correct.

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