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    in/at a meeting/concert

    When we say 'She's in a meeting/concert', we can also use 'at' in place of 'in' without changing the meaning. Is that so?

    Could I ask native speakers to help me please? Thank you in advance.

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    Re: in/at a meeting/concert

    I would say that she is IN a meeting, but AT a concert.

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