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Hi, Ahmed,

@Ahmed.A.A posted:

Hi, "But for your experience, you.......get the advertised job."

a- wouldn't         b- won't

I think (a) and (b) are correct because we don't know if the addressed person have the experience or not.

I think it sounds unnatural and odd. The natural thing to say is:

- You won't / can't get the advertised job unless you have experience, i.e. you can only get the advertised job if you have experience.

I can also imagine a manager telling a candidate:

- You will get the advertised job because you have the required experience. But for that, you wouldn't get it. = If it weren't for .....

Last edited by ahmed_btm

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