Car at the company or in the company?

Tombbb

Member
Polish
Hello
I'd like to know which version is correct:
1)All the cars at my company are red
2)All the cars in the company are red.

Thank you very much in advance.
 
  • Tombbb

    Member
    Polish
    Thank you very much for your help. I see that you've written something different from what I suggested, I mean, my sentences.
     

    bennymix

    Senior Member
    I'm trying to demonstrate when 'at' might be used in a similar situation.

    Your first sentence is OK for use of 'at', but it's unclear what you mean by it. 'At', also, is ambiguous between 'cars owned by the company' and 'cars parked at the company [in a car lot]'.
     
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