'at' and 'in'
I was wondering if anyone could explain to me in which situations 'at' and 'in' should be used.For example,i don`t know if i should say 'in a mall,club...' or 'at a mall,club'. What is the difference anyway?
I need more examples so i understand it better.
Re: 'at' and 'in'
Both can be used in the context of a location: "at" usually refers simply to the location, whereas "in" usually means "inside", e.g.
1. I'll be at the National Gallery from 9 till 5 tomorrow.
— you might be inside the gallery or outside the gallery. (The context will usually clarify the intended meaning.)
2. I'll be in the pub from 9 till 5 tomorrow.
— you'll be inside the pub.
3. I'll be at Lydia's house for most of tomorrow.
— you might be in the garden, or inside the house, or painting Lydia's garage. (Again, context will usually clarify the meaning.)
4. I don't like leaving the dog in the house all day.
— you don't like leaving the dog inside the house.
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