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    • Join Date: Oct 2007
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    #1

    work at/work on

    can anybody tell me the difference between work on and work at?
    Many thanks.

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    Re: work at/work on

    Work on - indicates a specific item or project.

    Work at - indicates a specific task or job.

    Example:

    I am going to work on my motorcycle.

    I am going to work at fixing my motorcycle.

    Wholeman


    • Join Date: Oct 2007
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    Re: work at/work on

    Quote Originally Posted by Wholeman View Post
    Work on - indicates a specific item or project.

    Work at - indicates a specific task or job.

    Example:

    I am going to work on my motorcycle.

    I am going to work at fixing my motorcycle.

    Wholeman
    thank you a lot
    i got it

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