what is wrong with this sentence?
At this time, I was working in a factory in Princeton.
I assume the 'time' you're talking about has been mentioned previously. Depending on this reference, you may wish to use 'the time' or 'that time' rather than 'this time'. 'This time' implies the present, but your sentence is past tense.
Other than that, your sentence is fine.
|link comment||edited Jan 30 at 00:20 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|
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