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    considered or considering

    Mr. Green wasn't admitted to the commitee, _____ he's not popular in the company.

    To fill in the blank, should we use "considered" or "considering" ?
    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: considered or considering

    Of the two, I'd use 'considering', but something like because/as/since would work better for me.


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    Re: considered or considering

    I see . Thank you !

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