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    to work 'for' or 'wit'h or 'at'

    What preposition should I use when I say "I work for/with the O radio."?
    thanx

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    Re: to work 'for' or 'wit'h or 'at'

    Quote Originally Posted by Rona 12 View Post
    What preposition should I use when I say "I work for/with the O radio."?
    thanx
    If you are directly employed by them, use for. If you are employed by someone else, you could be working with them, on a contract for example.

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