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    In Or At The Park ?

    I wanna ask..

    "She skates at the park"


    "She skates in the park"

    Which one is correct ?


    • Join Date: Dec 2009
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    Re: In Or At The Park ?

    (Not a teacher)

    Either is correct here. 'In' is perhaps more correct, but if you said 'she skates at the park' no one would assume you mean outside the park.

    If you say 'I will meet you __ the park' it is better to be more specific. 'I will meet you in the park' means just that - 'inside the park'. 'I will meet you at the park' means more 'at the entrance to the park'.

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