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While I was writing a letter, I wanted to express that I want to get experience in a particular field that I don't have at the moment; after I get such experience, I will be able to attract giant corporations. Could someone please let me know, whether the following sentence implies the same meaning as I wanted to express.


Moreover, having such an experience, I will be able to apply for big companies without difficulty.

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dileepaapply for big companies

Let's get this out of the way first.
'apply to', not 'apply for' in this context.

dileepaMoreover, having such an experience, I will be able to apply to big companies without difficulty.

Correct, but it's not the construction you asked about in the header, namely, How to use "having + past participle".

You can add "gained" or "acquired" after "having" if you want a past participle, and that would also be correct.

CJ

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Thank you very much for the answer. I could realise my mistake.

You're welcome.

Note: I could realise my mistake is not correct.

It should be

(Now) I realise my mistake.

"now" is optional.

CJ

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