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    Thumbs down the usage of the intransitive verb live in , live on and live at

    when can we use the verb live in, live on and live at?

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    Default Re: the usage of the intransitive verb live in , live on and live at

    I live in England.
    I live in a house.


    I live on a side road.
    I live on the common.
    I live on an island.

    I live at home
    I live at the top of a hill
    I live at the end of the world.

    English Grammar: Prepositions of Place: at, in, on (EnglishClub.com)

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