Student or Learner
Are the following sentences ambiguous.
For example in the first sentence, I think, being at the bank means either you are working in a bank or you are actually in the area of the bank.
I'm at the bank.
I'm at the university.
Thanks for your answer, but I have taken that sentence from the Interchange Student's Book:
So where are you working now, terry?
I'm still at the bank.
Are you still working at the clothes shop?
No. I'm at the bank now.
That's very similar to your perfectly correct exchange above. However, if you simply wrote "I'm at the bank" with no context, I would assume you were simply talking about your location. As always, context is very important!