I am currently working as a software engineer

ulmanjula

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I am currently working as a software engineer


pls tell is that corrct
 
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Welcome to the forum! The underlined phrase would be a correct sentence if it ended with appropriate punctuation like a period ("full stop" in British English).

The other phrase in your post should say Please tell me if the above is correct.
 
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Welcome to the forum. :hi:

Please note that I have changed your thread title. Titles should include some/all of the words/phrases you are asking us about.

As GoesStation said, your second sentence was grammatically incorrect. I would write "Please tell me if that is correct" because:

1. "pls" is not a word. Use "please".
2. In this context, "tell" is a transitive verb so you need an object. In this case, you need "me".
3. "corrct" is a spelling mistake. It's "corre​ct".
 

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It is correct. However, it suggests that the person does not intend to work in this area forever.
 
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