Certified by a document or certified with a document?

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johgre

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Bulgarian - Bulgaria
I need to say that I have not been certified by/with an official document or diploma in a CV. The sentence is "Skills acquired during the life-time or from work experience, but not necessarily certified by/with an official document or diploma." Which one is correct?
 
  • owlman5

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    English-US
    Both words seem correct to me, johgre. If I wrote that sentence, I would probably use not necessarily certified in an official document. Sometimes more than one preposition will serve to express an idea correctly.
     

    johgre

    New Member
    Bulgarian - Bulgaria
    Both words seem correct to me, johgre. If I wrote that sentence, I would probably use not necessarily certified in an official document. Sometimes more than one preposition will serve to express an idea correctly.
    Thank you for your help, owlman5.
     
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