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    Default at front /on front

    people are entering a bus that has front doors and back doors
    which one is correct

    let me in on the front and not the back
    let me in at the front and not the back

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    Default Re: at front /on front

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    people are entering a bus that has front doors and back doors
    which one is correct

    let me in on the front and not the back
    let me in at the front and not the back
    I would use the second.

    You could say, "let me on in the front."

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