A good fit for, with, in

lidretto

New Member
Italian
Hi everyone. Are there any differences when writing these 3 sentences below? I am writing a cover letter...

1. I am confident that I can be a good fit for your team, if I am given the chance.
2. I am confident that I can be a good fit with your team, if I am given the chance.
3. I am confident that I can be a good fit in your team, if I am given the chance.

I found these 3 solutions equally used in the internet.

- Which do you think it is the most used? (I think "for")
- Are they all correct? (I guess so)
- Are there any A.E./B.E. preferences?

Thank you very much for your time.
Lidretto
 
  • sb70012

    Senior Member
    Hello dear Lidretto.

    Your sentences are not good with fit. Your sentence is also conditional one.
    Try to use this one:

    I am confident that I can/will be qualified for your team, if I am given the chance.

     

    Nunty

    Senior Member
    Hebrew-US English (bilingual)
    "A good fit" is casual, but is often used when talking about adding someone to a team or a company.
     
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