apprenticeship

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pollock

Senior Member
Polish
Hi there,

Which of these versions below is gramatically correct?

1.I am very interested in any kind of apprenticeship in your studio.
2.I am very interested in any kind of apprenticeship within your studio.
3.I am very interested in any kind of apprenticeship at your studio.

Number 2 and 3 sounds more pleasant for me.

Thanks
 
  • jdotjdot89

    Senior Member
    American English
    2 is definitely not good, unfortunately.

    1 and 3 are better but both kind of awkward--I would say "I'm interested in an apprenticeship with you" or "with your studio."
     
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