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    X is working in Y before than z

    Hi

    Is it okay to say that "X is working in Y before than z"

    where X is a person who joined a company Y some years earlier than Z (a person) . are there other ways to say this ?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: X is working in Y before than z

    Quote Originally Posted by vivek957 View Post
    Hi

    Is it okay to say that "X is working in Y before than z"

    where X is a person who joined a company Y some years earlier than Z (a person) . are there other ways to say this ?

    Thanks in advance.
    Bob started working at Love Bagel before Susan.

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    Re: X is working in Y before than z

    Quote Originally Posted by freezeframe View Post
    Bob started working at Love Bagel before Susan.
    Or "Bob has been working at Love Bagel longer than Susan."


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    Re: X is working in Y before than z

    But not X is working in Y before than z

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