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  1. #1

    (in) your job

    Which one is correct:
    You're doing well your job.
    or
    You're doing well in your job.
    Thanks in advance

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    #2

    Re: (in) your job

    Either in or at. You have a choice. They pretty much mean the same thing in the context you have them in.

  3. #3

    Re: (in) your job

    Thanks again, Casiopea!
    By the way, how about
    'Your are making well your job'?
    By the way, are my questions too stupid or annoyable? (I am a newbie here)
    thanks in advance
    Greg

  4. Casiopea's Avatar

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    #4

    Re: (in) your job

    Your questions are good.

    Ex: You are making well your job. <ungrammatical>
    Ex: You are making well at your job. <ungrammatical>
    Ex: You are making well in your job. <ungrammatical>

    The verb make means create; the verb do means work.

    All the best.

  5. #5

    Re: (in) your job

    Thank you, Casiopea!
    you are really generous

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    #6

    Re: (in) your job

    Hi, Casiopea,

    Is it all right to say:

    You're doing your job well.

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    #7

    Re: (in) your job

    Quote Originally Posted by angliholic View Post
    You're doing your job well.
    That's also a good one.

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