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    #1

    _in__ the lobby.

    This is a question of my grammar book, and the answer is "in",
    what about "at the lobby"? Doesn't it work as well?

    ex)It was pouring with rain so I waited _in__ the lobby.

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    #2

    Re: _in__ the lobby.

    No

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    #3

    Re: _in__ the lobby.

    Same here.

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