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    work

    Which one is correct?
    I want to work in high school
    I want to work at high school


    work should always follow by at, right. But I found someone say work in high school


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    Re: work

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Which one is correct?
    I want to work in high school
    I want to work at high school


    work should always follow by at, right. But I found someone say work in high school
    No, "work" does not have to be followed by at. You can work in a place, you can work to a purpose, you can work at a job, you can work for someone or something.

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