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    in vs at

    Last edited by blind-thief; 02-Oct-2009 at 17:37.

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    Re: in vs at

    in = closed spaces, such as: in the car, in school (inside the school), also look at it this way In' is a three-dimensional reference: I am in the studio, not out on the street
    at = opened space(some exceptions are: at home, at school), moreover 'at' is a point reference, I am at the church, not at school.


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