Heidi
work 'in' or 'at' a radio station? Are they both OK? Could you explain briefly to me? Thank you!
Feb 15, 2016 8:22 AM
Answers · 6
Hi Helen! How are you? Good to see you again. :) "in", "for", and "at" are used interchangeably in most cases. As a guideline, you work >for< an employer, >in< a department, >at< a location. For example, you could work >for< McDonalds, >in< the finance department, >at< the research facility. 1) I work at a radio station 2) I work in a radio station 3) I work for a radio station They are all correct! Though they say something slightly different. But it's clear you are working there, which is what you want to say, right?
February 21, 2016
Work in /at a radio station > they are both good . "At" highlights the location you are in when working , which is a radio station. "In" highlights the area you are in when working , which is inside a radio station. You can use "for" as well . All points to the where you work . All depends on how you want to said it.
February 15, 2016
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Chinese (Mandarin), English
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