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I'm writing a cover letter, and the sentence I'm trying to fix is the below one.

I am fully capable of working using English whether on phone or via email thanks to my work experience.

Is it okay to say "whether on phone or via email" and does it sound natural to add "thanks to my work experience" at the end? I just felt that the grammar may be wrong or a bit awkward. Please help me with this one!

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  • You can send messages via email, but I don't think two people can work together via email. Changing the preposition to in, by or on makes the sentence sound much better. – Peter Shor Apr 20 '17 at 12:26
  • @PeterShor - I am envisioning an interface to bash where I send shell commands via email and it emails me back the output.:-) – Jim Apr 20 '17 at 18:02
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I would be inclined to say

As a result of my work experience, I am fully capable of working using English either by phone or email

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This is my best stab at it:

As a result of my work experience, I am quite comfortable communicating in English, whether it be by phone or via email.

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