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  1. B45
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    Your resume must be very good, or else companies wouldn't be calling you left and rig

    Your resume must be very good, or else companies wouldn't be calling you left and right.

    VS

    Your resume must be very good, for companies to be calling you left and right.

    VS

    Your resume must be very good, to have companies calling you left and right.



    Are both okay>?
    Last edited by B45; 04-Nov-2014 at 00:42.

  2. riquecohen's Avatar
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    Re: Your resume must be very good, or else companies wouldn't be calling you left and

    You've given us three choices, therefore you cannot use "both."
    I would say that they are all okay, with the comma omitted from the final two.

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