I want to ask her if she works in / at the same company as she used to work earlier.

Which is correct? Any other improvements.

Do you still work in / at the same company as earlier?



Also, don't use "as earlier", use "as before" or just nothing — the meaning comes across through context.

"Do you still work at the same company?" "Do you still work at the same company as before?"

  • Thanks. Can you kindly explain me why as earlier should not be used? I felt it odd to speak I admit, but any other issues. @codi6 – Severus Snape Jul 5 '20 at 10:01
  • I'm a native English speaker, so I, unfortunately, have no idea. It just sounds wrong to my ears. – codi6 Jul 6 '20 at 20:46
  • Yes. Okay. Thanks btw. – Severus Snape Jul 7 '20 at 8:56

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