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    Your firm is where I can thrive?

    I want to say "Your company is a place where I can thrive because it provides cooperative as well as competitive environment."
    But I want to make it sound professional
    How can I re-write?:) thank you!

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    Re: Your firm is where I can thrive?

    Hello gookenhaim, and welcome to the forum.
    Quote Originally Posted by gookenhaim View Post
    I want to say "Your company is a place where I can thrive because it provides cooperative as well as competitive an environment that is competitive but cooperative."
    But I want to make it sound professional.
    How can I rewrite it? Thank you!
    See above.

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    Re: Your firm is where I can thrive?

    thank you for your answer teechar!

    It's really good:)
    but my english sentences are quite monotonous because I repeat the same pattern of grammar in writing haha
    is there a better way to deliver the same meaning in a different sentence structure? thank you!

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    Re: Your firm is where I can thrive?

    Quote Originally Posted by gookenhaim View Post
    Thank you for your answer, teechar!
    It's really good.
    You're welcome.

    Quote Originally Posted by gookenhaim View Post
    But my English sentences are quite monotonous because I repeat the same pattern of grammar in writing. haha
    Is there a better way to deliver the same meaning in a different sentence structure? Thank you!
    It depends on what you want to say. The original sentence is what I classify as waffle. If you show us other sentences, we'll do our best to help.

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