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I am working at/ for the police. I am working at/ for the army. I am playing for/at fc Barcelona.

Do we have to say at or for here?

marked as duplicate by Cascabel, Janus Bahs Jacquet, Mari-Lou A, green_ideas, choster Jan 27 at 21:21

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