received hands-on experience <with / on> fresh pasta

mimmito

Member
italiano
Hi,

I would like to know which of the two sentence is correct or, if they are both correct, what is the difference between them.

thanks

"received hands-on experience with fresh-pasta and homemade-bread making"

"received hands-on experience in fresh-pasta and homemade-bread making"
 
  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    To me it sounds more natural to receive experience in something, rather than with something, so I'd say the second sentence is the better one.

    They are both, however, a little clumsy, in my opinion, and would sound better as, 'received hands-on experience making fresh pasta and homemade bread.' In this sentence you don't need 'in' or 'with'.
     
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