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    clever at vs clever in

    I have a question~~~

    He is clever in teaching English.

    He is clever at teaching English.

    Which is correct or which is more common?

    Thank you!!

    • Join Date: Sep 2009
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    Re: clever at vs clever in

    I would say "He is good/great at teaching English".

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