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in/at a gift shop
You should find something interesting in a gift shop
Is in a correct preposition here?
"a gift shop" means that I only suggest a type of shop sb should go to, not a specific place in my city
"the gift shop" means that I think of a specific shop in my city, let's say in Baker Street
You should find something interesting in Gift Shop.
Gift Shop --> It's a proper name so I can use capital letters and I don't use articles.
Re: in/at a gift shop
Originally Posted by angelene001
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