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  1. Mahnoor
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    Thumbs down Difference between work at, work with and work for

    If someone asks me where do I work, what should my reply be, I work at "this store", I work for "this store" or I work with "this store".

    I am really confused about it.


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    Re: Difference between work at, work with and work for

    work with


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    thanks ! :) ... Can you please tell me when do we use the other forms? I mean when do we use work at and work for?


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    #4

    Re: Difference between work at, work with and work for

    Actually I would say work at in this context. I'll give an example for each:

    I work at McDonalds. (The name of the company)
    I work with Brian. (The name of a co-worker)
    I work for Mr Stevens. (The name of your boss/manager)

    That is the general difference between these phrases.


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    Re: Difference between work at, work with and work for

    Thanks! that helped :)

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