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    #1

    from my experience

    I want to say "from my experience"

    Can I say "From my experience, it takes two hours for the chicken to be fully cooked."?

    Thanks

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    Re: from my experience

    not a teacher

    Can I say "From my experience, it takes two hours for the chicken to be fully cooked."?

    Yes. Also, "In my experience, …".

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