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    preposition "on", "at, "in"

    I'd like to know which would be the proper prepositon for this sentence.
    She lives in that old house "in", "on" or "at" the corner.


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    Re: preposition "on", "at, "in"

    Quote Originally Posted by prmoura View Post
    I'd like to know which would be the proper prepositon for this sentence.
    She lives in that old house "in", "on" or "at" the corner.
    I think :

    She lives in that old house on the corner.

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