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    liliqui Guest

    Question AT or IN ?

    What is the difference between the prepositins of place IN and AT ?

    He is at school He is in the school

    Thanks in advance
    LILIQUI

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: AT or IN ?

    For a student, I'd use 'at school' to mean their location- not at home, etc, and 'in school'\to mean that they attend school rather than, say, working.

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