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    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    at/in International Bank

    She works at international Bank.
    She works in a international Bank.


    Does there any difference in the meaning between these two sentences?
    I think, They have some differences, but I can't find out what they are.
    Please help me.


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    Re: at/in International Bank

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    She works at International Bank. She is working for a bank called International Bank.
    She works in an international bank.
    She is working for a bank that has many branches internationally.

    Does there any difference in the meaning between these two sentences?
    I think, They have some differences, but I can't find out what they are.
    Please help me.
    Note capitalization which tells you if it is a specific named organization.

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