Can I use the preposition in instead of at in this kind of structure?
Edit: As you can see, I have moved your question and started a new thread with it.
Can I use the preposition in instead of at in this kind of structure?Quote:
..., I study in university and our lessons are in English, my writing, speaking and grammar are ok,...
Both my children are at uni(versity) now.
I am studying Philosophy at Durham*.
*The assumption is that the place named is a university, unless we specifically state otherwise:
George is studying Engineering at Middleton Tec.
Apologies if I have confused the issue here. I already moved the potential hijack posts and started a new thread. However, OD very successfully took my suggestion and started a new thread for the new query as well, leaving us with two separate threads by OD, called "in/at university". I have now merged those two threads!
At - point =)