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  1. Keen to know
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    Question the correct use of " with" and " have"

    I am still confused on the usage of " with" and " have ". I need help as to see whether the following sentences are fine with "with" and " have ".

    1. I have worked in five companies before I joined ACK Company. Is it correct to use " have" in this sentence ? Can I write : I worked in five companies before I joined ACK Company .

    2. Currently, I'm involved with the writing of modules and training of in-service trainers as part of their continuing professional development.

    As for sentence 2, can I use " in " instead of using " with" ( I'm involved with writing ).

    Thank you.

  2. sheena55ro
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    Re: the correct use of " with" and " have"

    Quote Originally Posted by Keen to know
    I am still confused on the usage of " with" and " have ". I need help as to see whether the following sentences are fine with "with" and " have ".
    1. I have worked in five companies before I joined ACK Company. Is it correct to use " have" in this sentence ? Can I write : I worked in five companies before I joined ACK Company .
    2. Currently, I'm involved with the writing of modules and training of in-service trainers as part of their continuing professional development.
    As for sentence 2, can I use " in " instead of using " with" ( I'm involved with writing ).
    Thank you.

    1. In the first sentence you should use past perfect tense because the action is prior to that in the second sentence:

    I had worked in five companies before I joined...

    2. Currently, I am involved in writing some modules and [in] training in-service trainees as part of....


    Regards,

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