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1. Do both these nouns mean the same:


a) "a contract computer technician"

b) "a contracted computer technician"



2. And do both these nouns mean the same:


a) "the recruitment team"

b) "the contracting team"

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1. Do both these nounsnoun phrases mean the same?


a) "a contract computer technician" This sounds like a computer technician who prefers to work on the basis of a contract. He may or may not hae a contract right now.

b) "a contracted computer technician" This sounds like a computer technician who is actually working on the basis of a contract. ie He has contract right now.


2. And do both these noun phrases mean the same? No.

a) "the recruitment team" Recruitment dos not necessarily involve a contract.

b) "the contracting team" Contracting does not necessarily involve recruitment.

Clive