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It's been a pleasure to get interviewed by the most prestigious people of this company.


Is it grammatically correct or should I have said "got" instead of "get" I said this to interviewers after the interview.

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Liton DasIt's been a pleasure to have been interviewed by the most prestigious people of this company.
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. . . the most prestigious people in of this company.

This sounds like blatant flattery to me. I wouldn't say it.


(And how do you know they are the most prestigious?)

They are qualified enough as interviewees and above all one of them was MD of the company.


Is my sentence totally wrong?

In your sentence "It's" means "It is" I guess?

And how to say in past form collocate with "was" instead of "is".

To get interviewed is it too formal?

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Liton DasIn your sentence "It's" means "It is" I guess?

It has been a pleasure....

It was a pleasure ....

I agree with Clive. I would say. It has been a pleasure to interview with you all.

But I am the one who was interviewed is it ok to say "interview with all".

Look at the below sentence is it grammatically wrong?

It is a pleasure that I was Interviewed by you.

It has been a pleasure to interview with you all. "You all" is informal. It means "all of you." It means everyone with whom you interviewed.

Liton DasIt is a pleasure that I was Interviewed by you.

That is extremely unnatural English.

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Ok I'll stick to what you said.

How about this?

It's been a pleasure to be interviewed by you.