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    had been worked

    Presently, they are working in Dubai. They had been worked with us in the past projects.

    Is the above sentence grammatically correct?

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    Re: had been worked

    I am not a teacher.

    The second sentence isn't grammatical. Almost anything would have worked apart from what you wrote.

    They worked/have worked/had worked/had been working with us on past projects/projects in the past.

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