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A few even have experience working with the United Nations.(https://ludwig.guru/s/experience+working+with) (https://www.forbes.com/1999/09/13/freeman_0913.html#338ea1d5720f)

I have experience going to England.

It seems like "working with the United Nations" actually modifies "experience".

So, I think that it could be parsed as "Experience is working with the United Nations".

If my thinking is correct, could you please bring me some sentences like this?

  • @ Jason Bassford is "of" omitted between "experience" and "working"? Like "experience of working". – Glittering river Jan 29 '19 at 23:01
  • "Experience is working with the United Nations". Isn't there a typo--is instead of in? – Victor B. Mar 8 '19 at 14:11
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Yes, it can.

We had some difficulty finding the address. Here, difficulty is a noun and is followed by a gerund.

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