- 1 Post By Raymott
Is there any difference between...
Inside the police station.
Inside of the police station.
There's no difference, if you mean the location. ('of' it not usually used, because 'inside' is already a preposition and you don't need two here.)
Originally Posted by Offroad
If you're contrasting the inside v. the outside, as in:
"I want you to paint the inside of the police station" you need 'of', since 'inside' is a noun here - it's a part of the police station.
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