• Thanks Oka,

    Your points are clear. What do you think of given examples of mine. Do you think they are grammaticaly correct? If not why?


    OakWolf said:

    I just have found this explanation:

    work at sth/doing sth

    to try hard to achieve something or improve something

    You have to work at a marriage.
    She needs to work at increasing her typing speed.


    I hope this can help you!

  • Thank you BC for replying.

    Really I wanted a clarification for the following situation.

    How about using AT & IN with places. (Example. Towns, Places )May be a big company

    What do you think of the following sentences?

    1) He works in Toyota Company Japan.
    2) He works at Toyota Company Japan.

    How do you see the difference?

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