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I found this sentence in an exercise, is it correct to say "In the front of" or should it be "At the front of" ?
In the front of the garage, a young chauffeur in shiny black leggingswas dusting a maroon convertible.
Thank you in advance.
If he was outside the garage, then "In front of the garage" would be appropriate.
"At the front of the garage" is a little ambiguous.
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