+0
Hi!

Which is correct to write?

"experience on" or "experience in"

Thank you !!

Isabel
+0
You can have experience in a subject or activity, and experience on a piece/type of equipment.

She's experienced in translating Latin to Greek.

I've had no experience on a PC.

"With" seems to work in both cases.

Welcome to English Forums, Isabel. Thanks for joining us! [<:o)]

Best regards, -A.
Comments  
That was a fast reply! Thank you Avangi!