Student or Learner
I am doing some exercises and there is a question like this:
Where does Ron's experience at motorcycling come from?
In the context, I can clearly understand that he learned motorcycling skills when he was a member of the police force.
But I have troubles about the time expression that I have to use at the beginning of the sentence.
"From the times when he was a member of the police force" I wrote, but after some googling I couldn't be sure whether the expression "from the times" correct or not.
Can you please help me about what kind of expression I should write?
"... from his days in the police" works in BrE.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.