"I am going to Japan on next week" or "I am going to Japan next week."
"I went to HK in last year." or "I went to HK last year."
"On next week, In last year, Preposition is not necessary?" It's not just unnecessary, it's necessary to avoid it, when the phrase after the preposition is adverbial. But in something like 'In next year's race I'll beat him', you do need the preposition.
Last edited by BobK; 24-Nov-2009 at 12:34. Reason: Fix typo
bhaisahab and BobK, thank you very much for your teaching. I learnt a lot from you guys.....please correct me right away if you think my english has any problem. Thanks again.
Or simply "Experience" or depending on your experience, "Professional Experience"
(For example, my days waitressing, working as a lifeguard, and running a game at the Renaissance Festival, although fun jobs, don't show up on my resume under "Professional Experience.")
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
that's an experienced professional's opinion.