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  1. julia333's Avatar

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    In/At

    I am appointed as lecturer in English at/in college in/at New York


    What are the right options ?

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    Re: In/At

    .... at a college in New York.

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    Re: In/At

    Thanks for the prompt reply
    but somebody here has explained that At' shows the location while In' shows the action . If is it so, then ?

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    Re: In/At

    In is used for cities and countries as well. At is for smaller locations than the city, in general.

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