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    #1

    diff b/w at & in

    Hi,

    Which of the following statements is correct?

    1) I am working at ABN

    2) I am working in ABN

    where to use "at" and where to use "in". Please explain.

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    #2

    Re: diff b/w at & in

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    I presume that ABN is a company's name.

    Either is fine; #1 is more common. #1 considers ABN a point location; #2 considers ABN a two- or three-dimensional location. The difference is moot here.
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