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    Make sense

    Does this sentence makes sense:
    I would like to apply to one of your available positions.

    Does the word "position" have a "s" at the end or not?

    Cheers
    Barry


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    Re: Make sense

    Since there is more than one position, yes.


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    Re: Make sense

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Does this sentence makes sense:
    I would like to apply to one of your available positions.

    Does the word "position" have a "s" at the end or not?

    Cheers
    Barry
    Your sentence is correct with respect to "positions" since you imply there is more than one of them when you use the word "one" in the sentence.

    However, you "apply for" a position not "apply to"

    I would like to apply for one of your available positions.

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