English as a Second Language/Difference in meaning
What is the difference in meaning (if any) between this pair of sentences:
I am now working for the company Syriamica Azzouz, Syria.
I am now working at the company Syriamica Azzouz, Syria.
There is a change in the preposition (for/at). Also, is it correct to say 'to work in'?
Hello again Antoine,
the two sentences you've inquired about have the same meaning. I would though leave out of the sentences "the company".
I'm now working for/at Syriamica Azzouz, Syria.
Or, if you insist on including the word company in the sentences, I'd say:
I'm now working at/for Syramica Azzouz, a company in Syria.
It's correct to say "I work in" but it's not correct to substitute "at" or "for" with "in" in the sentences above.
Some examples for clarification:
I work in a bank.
I work in a competitive environment.
I work in financial services.
I work in a tall office building.
Looking forward to more of your questions.