qui ai trouvé naguère ce post

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Little Star

Senior Member
Persian
Hello,
I am writing an introduction in which I describe myself like:
Etant une scientifique qui ai trouvé naguère ce post, j'ai travaillé depuis l'année 2002 pour la X pour laquelle j'ai couvert beaucoup de sujets analytiques.

in this context can I use the date so precisely while using a word like "naguère" ?

Many thanks in advance
Setareh
 
  • Michelvar

    Quasimodo
    French / France
    Hi,

    The first part of this sentence has no much meaning, but, yes, you can use "naguère" in a part of a sentence and a precise date in another part.

    Like : "I once (naguère) decided that I would be a policeman, and since 2010 I've finaly realised this dream".

    Which English sentence do you want to render by "Etant une scientifique qui ai trouvé naguère ce post"?
     

    Little Star

    Senior Member
    Persian
    Thanks Michelvar. I know it has no sense :(
    I wanted to start like this but I failed: As a scientist who has been working since many years ago, I have begun my job in 2002.
     
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