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    Can you tell me the difference?

    What is the difference between these sentences?

    a)I've worked as a waiter.
    b) I've worked as a waiter for 5 years.
    Thanks!


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    Re: Can you tell me the difference?

    Quote Originally Posted by ahmadhussain View Post
    What is the difference between these sentences?

    a)I've worked as a waiter.
    b) I've worked as a waiter for 5 years.
    Thanks!

    Q: What have you done in the way of work in the past?
    A: I've worked as a waiter.

    Q: How long were you a waiter?
    A: I worked as a waiter for five years.

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