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    defference in and at

    What is the difference between "in" and "at"
    Eg: he is working in the company
    he is working at the company

    thanks

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    Re: defference in and at

    in (location)
    at (action + location) e.g., She's at school (studying).


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    difference, not defference


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    Re: defference in and at

    Also "He is working for the FBI" and "He is with the FBI".

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    Re: defference in and at

    Quote Originally Posted by Clark View Post
    Also "He is working for the FBI" and "He is with the FBI".
    He is working from home.
    He is working toward/s his PhD.
    He is working among the natives.
    He is working over his plans.
    He is working under duress.
    He is working above his required hours.
    He is working below his full capacity
    He is working between bouts of insanity.

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