Student or Learner
"I am recognized by both former and current supervisors as a fast learner and for high quality work."
Is this sentence free of gramma error? Can anybody help me restructuring the sentence? I am trying to point out supervisors say I am a fast learner and I produce high quality work.
You're sentence is not terrible, but it could be better. When you have two elements separated by and, it works best to use similar (parallel) structures.
"I am recognized by both former and current supervisors as a fast learner and as someone who produces high quality work."
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