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    Complex sentence with "both"

    Is the given below sentence correct?

    "They require work experience or master diploma which I both lack."

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    Re: Complex sentence with "both"

    They require work experience or a master's diploma degree, both of which I both lack."
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 16-Jan-2013 at 18:46.

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