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    work at/in/for

    Hi,
    'He works in/at/for xxx company.'
    Can we use 'in,at or for' here? Could anyone please tell me when to use 'in','at' or 'for' correctly?

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: work at/in/for

    I would say 'for the .... company'

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    Re: work at/in/for

    Thank you for your comment. But I would still like to know when to use 'in','at' or 'for'. Could someone please give me some examples of them?

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: work at/in/for

    Place-of-work prepositions

    Also, to work at home, at IBM,

    to work in Africa, work in England

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