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    #1

    Cool job

    Hello!!


    Which are the right expressions:

    -"Thank you for the job you did" or "thank you for the job you've done"?

    -"You did a great job" or "you've done a great job"?

    Cheers
    W

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    #2

    Re: job

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!!


    Which are the right expressions:

    -"Thank you for the job you did" or "thank you for the job you've done"?

    -"You did a great job" or "you've done a great job"?

    Cheers
    W
    They are all correct.

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