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    #1

    on/at

    "What's new at/on your end?"

    "What's happenening at/on your end?"

    I'd say that both "at" and "on" are correct. Would you agree?

    Thanks!

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    Re: on/at

    I would say both are grammatically correct, but a little un-natural sounding. I could see these being used in conversation.

    In what situation would you use these?

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    #3

    Re: on/at

    Only at works for me in this context.

    Rover

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    Re: on/at

    Quote Originally Posted by macanudo View Post
    I would say both are grammatically correct, but a little un-natural sounding. I could see these being used in conversation.

    In what situation would you use these?
    In an informal context. To me, they both sound fine.

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