start doing your <job><work>

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Peter_Gabriel

Senior Member
Polish
Hi all,


I wonder if I can use both sentences. I mean the underlined parts.

1. When I change my clothes and prepare work area I can start doing my job.
2. When I change my clothes and prepare work area I can start doing my work,
 
  • Cenzontle

    Senior Member
    English, U.S.
    Both are grammatical; as a matter of style, I would avoid the repetition of "work".
    "Work area" needs an article: "prepare the work area".
     
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