Originally Posted by amigo
live in/at, etc. to have your home somewhere:
We live in London.
Some students live on the University campus.
Both her children still live at home.
(from Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary)
Generally we use "at" >> She lives at 73 Albert Street
We use "in" (US "on) if we just give the name of the street.>> She lives in/on (US) Albert Street.
We use "on" for the number of the floor >> She lives in a flat on the second floor.
I hope this helps, amigo!!! Maeve O'Cuinn
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