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    I want to build (a) long-term career in/at/with ABC Ltd..

    Hi,

    Question:

    Which sentence is correct?

    Sentence1:

    I want to build a long-term career in ABC Ltd..
    Sentence2:
    I want to build a long-term career at ABC Ltd..
    Sentence3:
    I want to build a long-term career with ABC Ltd..
    Sentence4:
    I want to build long-term career in ABC Ltd..
    Sentence5:
    I want to build long-term career at ABC Ltd..
    Sentence6:
    I want to build long-term career with ABC Ltd..


    Thanks

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    Re: I want to build (a) long-term career in/at/with ABC Ltd..

    2 and 3 are correct. You might get away with 1.

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