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I left out the following sentences. Thank you very much, Writeacher.


1) I think everybody would work at a passion but many times (mistake) this is often not possible.
2) If I worked, I would work at a job because I'll need (I need) to put aside money for me and my family.
3) I wouldn't like a boring job or one which wouldn't be motivating.
When I'll work, I will certainly work at a career.
4) If you (better someone) works at a career, then it is the prospects of promotion and the opportunities of development that motivate you.

  • English -

    1) I think everybody should work at something he/she is passionate about, but many times this is not possible.

    2) If I worked, I would work at a job to put money aside for myself and my family.

    3) OK

    When I'll work, I will certainly work at a developing a career.

    4) If someone works at a career, then it is the prospects of promotion and the opportunities of development that motivate him or her.

  • English -

    In 1 and 4, you can write these either way. Both are considered correct.

    he/she ... him/her

    he or she ... him or her

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