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Are these sentences correct?
1.I have one year experience in teaching English.
2.I have one year of experience in teaching English.
3.I have an experience in teaching English for about 1 year.
4.I experienced a lot of hardships.
5.I experienced hardships a lot.
6.I have the experience of failing in the exam.
7.I succeeded in my exam.
8.I got a good grade in my exam.

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Hi Nilo,

good to hear from you


Are these sentences correct?

1.I have one year experience in teaching English. >>> incorrect

2.I have one year of experience in teaching English. >>>  correct

3.I have an experience in teaching English for about 1 year. >>> incorrect

4.I experienced a lot of hardships. >>> incorrect; you should say "hardship" (singular)

5.I experienced hardships a lot. >>> incorrect

6.I have the experience of failing in the exam. >>> incorrect

7.I succeeded in my exam. >>> incorrect

8.I got a good grade in my exam. >>> correct

I hope this helps you.

Best,

Amy

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