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    #1

    I have a wonderful experience working here.

    1)I have a wonderful experience working here.

    2) I have experience of working for a well-known company.

    I understand the first
    sentence is completely wrong but 2nd sentence is correct. If so, then why 1st one is incorrect? And do we need to use an article before experience?

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    #2

    Re: I have a wonderful experience working here.

    You already have two open threads on this topic. I'm closing this one.

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