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"I regretted knowing the school.." / "Being a pharmacist" - sentence grammatically correct?


silentspring 12 / 58  
Jan 1, 2012   #1
"I regretted knowing the school so late in my senior year, but in the meantime I am thankful for my chance knowing about it."

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nkprasad12 5 / 18  
Jan 1, 2012   #2
No. Your first clause is in past tense but the second is in present tense. What do you mean by knowing the school? Maybe you mean getting to know the school? Also, you should remove 'in the meantime'.

'I regret getting to know the school so late in my senior year, but I'm thankful that I got a chance to learn about it'

Is this the same meaning?
TheLeader 2 / 36  
Jan 1, 2012   #3
nkprasad112 is correct. His version is much more grammatically correct. Good luck!
unjh4545 4 / 11  
Jan 28, 2012   #4
(Being a pharmacist probably is much harder..) - correct structure of the sentence?

Being a pharmacist probably is much harder than it looks and I am aware of that it is a profession that requires lots of responsibilities.

I don't think this sentence is well-written but I have no idea how to improve it. This is the first sentence of a paragraph so it need to be clear. Can you guys please help me out??? The length-wise, please do not make it longer... I would appreciate your help!

THANKS!
A1C PD /  
Jan 29, 2012   #5
Because of the amount of responsibilities it requires, being a pharmacist is a profession far harder than one might think. :)

I know cause of the wide range of anesthetics and other drugs we use at the dental clinic. lmao
I have no idea how they do it


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