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    Smile sentence check

    expenses incurred towards pooja at new office.
    should I use "at" or "in" in the above sentence?

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    Re: sentence check

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    expenses incurred towards pooja at new office.
    should I use "at" or "in" in the above sentence?

    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****

    Good morning.

    (1) Thank you for teaching me a new word.

    (2) Your post sent me to Google, where I learned that a pooja (or "puja")

    is a prayer ceremony to open a new office.

    (3) Our friend Google seems to say that the usual preposition is:

    We are going to perform a pooja IN the new office.

    ***** Good Luck! *****

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