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    #1

    Which one/s is/are correct?

    Celeste was just sitting down ON one side.

    Celeste was just sitting down IN one side.

    Celeste was just sitting down ON one corner.

    Celeste was just sitting down IN one corner.

    Celeste was just sitting down ON a corner.

    Celeste was just sitting down IN a corner.

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    #2

    Re: Which one/s is/are correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kristine May View Post
    1. The sentences as you wrote them would very rarely be said. There would have to be some associated.context.
    2. Even with my additions, some would be rarely said.
    3. Wy did you include "just" in all of them?

    4. You don't need "down".

    Celeste was just sitting down ON one side of the tennis court.

    Celeste was just sitting down IN one side of the hallway.

    Celeste was just sitting down ON (one)(a) corner of the intersection.
    Celeste was just sitting down IN (one)(a) corner of the room.
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    Re: Which one/s is/are correct?

    So this one is correct?

    The inmates were lined up to get their food but Celeste was just sitting on corner of the room.

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    Re: Which one/s is/are correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kristine May View Post
    So this one is correct? no

    The inmates were lined up to get their food, but Celeste was just sitting in a corner of the room.
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