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    "at" or "in"

    In the beginning of anything is tough.
    At the beginning of anything is tough.
    Here which one is correct?
    Thank you.

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    Re: "at" or "in"

    Quote Originally Posted by edmondjanet View Post
    In the beginning of anything is tough.
    At the beginning of anything is tough.
    Here which one is correct?
    Thank you.
    NOT A TEACHER.

    I wouldn't use a preposition.

    "The beginning of anything is tough."

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