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    general

    what is the difference between "stay at" or "stay in"

    plz make the correction.is it a correct sentence " stay in your class"

    i am staying in my sister's home.

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    Re: general

    Welcome to the forum, humaira talat.

    General means nothing as a thread title. A better one would have been Stay at/stay in.

    Quote Originally Posted by humaira talat View Post
    What is the difference between "stay at" or "stay in"?

    Please make the corrections. Are theseis it a correct sentences?

    'Stay in your class.'

    'I am staying in my sister's home.'
    'Stay in your classroom' sounds good.

    'I am staying at my sister's home' sounds better.

    Rover

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