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    was also hired

    Are these sentences correct:

    1) In that year, I inherited a large sum of money and I was also hired by a big publishing house as an editor.

    2) In that year, I inherited a large sum of money and I was hired by a big publishing house as an editor as well.
    3) In that year, I inherited a large sum of money and I was hired by a big publishing house as an editor too.

    I think the second 'I' is optional.

    Gratefully,
    Navi.

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    Re: was also hired

    navi, please don't post any new questions until all your earlier threads have been answered.

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