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I want to send an email to a hiring manger. Is my sentence appropriate?

It would be great If I have an opportunity to work with your Company.

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    Better if you use past tense after "it would be great if". I mean say: "It would be great If I had an opportunity to work with your Company." This polite instructuer works this way.
    – user33000
    May 15 '16 at 12:18
  • It'll be great if you would give me an opportunity to work with your company.
    – Khan
    May 15 '16 at 13:59
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The mentioned sentence in my opinion is correct and I have used this structure in my letters lots of time, however for better understanding of conditional statements, you can search for Third Conditionals – unreal situations, 2nd conditional forms, and 1st to be familiar completely how they make sense to readers.

  1. Wouldn't it be great if you knew exactly what a hiring manager would be asking you in your next interview?
  2. It would be great if you can/could come to my party ...
  3. It would be great if we could meet again.

    I am hopeful you can land your favorite, great job....

Good luck

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  • Yes, I meant what you said, it happens sometimes letters dropped down. I appreciate your attention May 15 '16 at 12:13
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I would use:

It would be great to have an opportunity to work with your Company.

In this way you take out the implicit conditional. After all, you are only interested in the positive result, right?

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