Keen to knowGuest
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 ).
Originally Posted by Keen to know
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....