a bit different(ly) than it <worked / have worked> before

Madagascar1982

Member
Moldavian
Hello!
I made a mistake in writing the thread, instead of "have been worked"- "have worked"
An employee comes back to work from vacation and the manager tells him:

'Now our company is working a bit different than it worked/have worked before'.

I think both variants are acceptable,but in my opinion "worked" is better.
What do you think?
 
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  • AsifAkheir

    Senior Member
    English - Canada
    'Now our company is working a bit different than it worked/have worked before'.
    Hi Madagascar1982, "have worked" is wrong.

    'Now our company is working a bit different(ly) than it worked before'.
    or for better balance:
    'Now our company works a bit different(ly) than it worked before'.
     
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