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my sentence is

If you learn English while working, it would definitely take a lot of your time to complete the task than the other way around.

Or should I say

If you learn English while working, it would definitely take a lot of your time to complete the task than otherwise.

In both sentences, I'm trying to say you should not learn English while working.

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    Neither text is syntactically valid - for so many reasons that this is practically Off Topic "proofreading". Personally, I think the basic idea here is bordering on nonsense (as any fule kno,, learning a language "on the job" is by far the most effective approach), so I can't see any easy way to convert it into idiomatically valid English anyway. – FumbleFingers Jan 13 at 14:02
  • I think you mean 'it would take a lot more time'. The other way around would be working while learning English, which, as FF says, makes the sentence meaningless. – Kate Bunting Jan 13 at 15:45

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