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    in/at the gym

    in the gym
    at the gym

    Are both correct?

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    Re: in/at the gym

    Quote Originally Posted by nyota View Post
    in the gym
    at the gym

    Are both correct?
    It depends. In general: "at"= a general location/area/could be outside of or inside depending on mutual understanding of the location e.g. I'll meet you at the gym. "in"= inside the location/ an enclosed area e.g. I'll meet you in the gym.

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