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    Arrow question

    is there any difference between these two sentences with question marks.

    1- in a company?
    2- in company?


    thanx.

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    Default Re: question

    Without more context, they don't mean much, but the first could refer to a business and the second to being with people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rath88 View Post
    Is there any difference between these two sentences with question marks.

    1- in a company?
    2- in company?


    thanx. Thanks.
    They're not sentences. Please post a full sentence containing each phrase and we will have more idea.

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    Welcome to the forum, rath We hope you find it useful.

    Please help us to be useful, by following emsr2d2's suggestion in all your posts. Also, encourage us to open your threads by giving them a title that gives us some idea of what we can expect. 'Question' tells us nothing. 'In company/In a company?' or 'In (a) company?' would have been good.

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