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    Carol Guest

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    Hi,
    When I use at or in?
    for ex: I study at/in a school?

    thanks so much!

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    I'd say that I study at school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol
    Hi,
    When I use at or in?
    for ex: I study at/in a school?

    thanks so much!
    In addition, use 'at' for a location and 'in' for inside a room/building:

    I eat in the cafeteria.
    I study in the classroom.
    I study at school.

    School has more than one room/building, so location 'at' is best.

    All the best, :D

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