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I've a similar question concern the Dutch Language, but I couldn't find any dutch forum which actually discusses the Dutch language (with actual quite a lot members), so I thought let's ask her.
Yesterday I was asked I worked for < company name > or at < company name > . But what's the difference? Is it really that for a company means you can be hired to do something, and working at a company it really means you are working at and for that specific company?
So let's say I'm a freelancer and I'm hired to work for Facebook, so I am actually working for facebook. But if you have a contract at Facebook and they pay your montly salary and so on, you are actual working at Facebook. Is this correct?
And can somebody tell me the same rule counts for dutch as well?