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    Default as well as+ preposition

    Are these correct:
    1-As well as in the garden, we found grains in the house and the garage.
    2-Besides in the garden, we found grains in the house and the garage.
    3-Apart from in the garden, we found grains in the house and the garage.

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    Default as well as+ preposition

    The first one is fine. (I am doubtful about the others.) You could also say, "In addition to the garden."

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