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    insurance

    Can I say this in English?
    1. As I'm selfemployed I have a private insurance.
    2. As I'm selfemployed I am privately insured.

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    Re: insurance

    Number two would be right if you hyphenated self-employed and put a comma after the phrase.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: insurance

    Quote Originally Posted by altiwife View Post
    Can I say this in English?
    1. As I'm self-employed, I have private insurance.
    2. As I'm self-employed, I am privately insured.
    See above.

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