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    in/at

    You are good in/at maths. (at)
    You are bad in/at history. (at)
    You are poor at science. (at)
    You are strong in/at English. (in)
    You arre weak in/at Englsih (in)

    Which preposition should I use in each of the above sentences. My choices are in bracket? I wonder how many of my answers are correct.

    Many thanks.

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    Re: in/at

    All your choices are OK.

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    Re: in/at

    Thanks, Bhaisahab

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