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Person A: Hey! What are you going to do?

- To answer this, could I say like this?

"Person B : At the end of this month I'm going to resign from FORD and then I'm going to move to Hamburg to work for MERCEDES."

Thanks very much!
  • xqby

    Senior Member
    English (U.S.)
    I'm not sure why you used all caps: "Ford" and "Mercedes."
    I would also put a comma after Ford, but other than that it looks good.


    Senior Member
    English - United States
    Sounds fine to me. I guess the only thing you could do is condense it a little bit by taking out "going to":

    "At the end of the month, I'm resigning from Ford, and then moving to Hamburg to work for Mercedes."

    That's splitting hairs though. Your example is just fine.
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