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    School Department

    Hi,

    In my mother language there isn't such phrase like "School Department". So I don't know how to translate it correctly. The whole sentence is:
    "My job's at the School Department."

    Can I say that she works at the school or is it a bit more complicated.

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    Re: School Department

    Quote Originally Posted by Tuca View Post
    Hi,

    In my mother language there isn't such phrase like "School Department". So I don't know how to translate it correctly. The whole sentence is:
    "My job's at the School Department."

    Can I say that she works at the school or is it a bit more complicated.
    Yes, you can say, 'She works AT the school, or IN the school'. You might also say; 'she works at the school, in the department of (history) or in the administration department'.

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