- 2 Post By bhaisahab
Using In and At
When do you use in and when do you use at?
Do we use "in" when we say:
I live in New York. ?
Then why do we say:
I'm at home.
I'm in school.
Please give me a descriptive explanation.
Re: Using In and At
New York is a physical place, it's a city, we say that we are in a city.
Originally Posted by InvisibleSocks
"Home" is an abstract concept. Your home could be a house, a flat, a mobile home, a cave, etcetera. You are at home or in your house, flat, cave etcetera.
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