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    in the beginning vs. at the beginning

    Hi,

    I need some clarifications on the meanings of "in the beginning and at the beginning." Can they be used interchangeably?

    Also the meaning for circumstance is the same as situation, or
    circumstances make up a situation. Thanks

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    Re: in the beginning vs. at the beginning

    Quote Originally Posted by unruly2009 View Post
    Hi,

    I need some clarifications on the meanings of "in the beginning and at the beginning." Can they be used interchangeably?

    Also the meaning for circumstance is the same as situation, or
    circumstances make up a situation. Thanks
    For the difference between situation and circumstance, have a look at these links...
    The difference between situation and circumstance
    What is the difference between circumstance and situation?? - Yahoo! Answers

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    Re: in the beginning vs. at the beginning

    Quote Originally Posted by unruly2009 View Post
    Hi,

    I need some clarifications on the meanings of "in the beginning and at the beginning." Can they be used interchangeably?

    Also the meaning for circumstance is the same as situation, or
    circumstances make up a situation. Thanks
    Check these links for your "at vs in the beginning" query, the answer is discussed in detail..
    In the beginning VS AT the beginning - WordReference Forums
    IN the beginning VS AT the beginning
    In vs. At (In the beginning vs At the beginning)

    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/a...beginning.html

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