but in knowledge acquired

guzhi

Senior Member
Thailand
Hi,

-I am competent not only in I am computer techniques but in knowledge acquired in this course.

Does it sound ok?
 
  • Ecossaise

    Senior Member
    English
    No

    "Not only am I competent in computer techniques, but also in the knowledge acquired on this course."
     

    Thomas Tompion

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Hi,

    -I am competent not only in I am computer techniques but in knowledge acquired in this course.

    Does it sound ok?
    I'd have to say:

    I am competent in computer techniques and have learnt the essentials of this course - something like that. I've picked up the essential details of this course might be better.

    I can't see anyone saying I'm competent in knowledge. You've got a good fundamental understanding of the course and need a different verb to express that, in my view.
     
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