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    with or for or in, and usage of 'or'.

    For eg., a person is working for an employer XYZ, how does he needs to introduce himself to others?: I work with XYZ, or I work for XYZ, or I work in XYZ.

    That is the first question. My second question is based on the above sentence itself: How to you 'Or' when there are three things that needs to be embedded in a sentence that requires 'Or' between each two things.

    Also how to include either in the above sentence??

    Ladies and Gentlemen! Please don't laugh at my above sentence if it was blatantly wrong and funny

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    Re: with or for or in, and usage of 'or'.

    You can work "for" XXX. You can also work "at" XXX.

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