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Is everything OK with the sentence below:

After returning to Denmark after nearly 10 years, has been educating kids and adults at all levels in his native language of German.

Shouldn't I put "he" or "she" before "has been educating"?
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You should put "he" in front of " has been educating" to agree with "...in HIS native language..."
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But is it really necessary? Is it wrong the way it has been written?
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Yes it is necessary
Hi,

A sentence needs a subject.

Or is this something you are trying to write in 'point form' for some reason?

Clive
'He' is needed, and it's native language of german Germany
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Or Native laungauge, German.
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OK "he" is needed.

What if I wrote "in his native language of English". Is that correct? Because there was something wrong with German.

Thanks
Hi,

After returning to Denmark after nearly 10 years, he has been educating kids and adults at all levels in his native language of German.

. . . in his native language of German. This is fine, although not common or casual. It is just another way of saying in his native language, which is German.

Clive
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