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    on/ in /at ???

    which one is correct~?
    which city are you on/ in/ at?

    is there other sayings? I'm not sure if the sentence above is right.. thanks

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    Re: on/ in /at ???

    Which city are you in ? or alternatively Are you in which city ?
    this examples grammatically correct

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    Re: on/ in /at ???

    Quote Originally Posted by alykhan View Post
    Which city are you in ? or alternatively Are you in which city ?
    this examples grammatically correct
    Which city are you in/at are very much AE constructions. Most BE speakers would say "In which city are you?". On is incorrect in both AE and BE.

    Are you in which city is also incorrect. You can only use are you in if you then name the city name - are you in New York?


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    Re: on/ in /at ???

    thanks a lot ~

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