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    of

    I saw the next sentences in Cambridge dictionary.
    I wonder why "of" can be omitted.
    1. Do you have any experience of working with kids?
    2. Do you have any experience working with kids?

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    Re: of

    hi

    It's an interesting question. I think it because omitting "of" doesn't change the meaning.

    Cheers
    Please note I'm not a teacher nor a native speaker.

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