difference between "in" and "at"
Could you please tell me the difference between expressions “at the lesson” and “in the lesson”?
Give me please several examples using these phases.
Thanks in advance!
Re: difference between "in" and "at"
You meet somebody AT the lesson (you may not be participating) but you learnt a lot IN the lesson (you took part)
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