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  1. H.C.Kantharaju


    how can we use '' at '' and ''in '' differant circumstances precisely

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    Re: clarification


    "at" expresses a point in time and space, whereas "in" expresses inside a boundary of time or space. For example,

    in the park
    in an hour
    at the park
    at the hour

    Does that help?

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