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    #1

    In an English lesson

    Hello,


    Which phrase is correct?

    At an English lesson we read a lot.(Is this an example of American English?)

    In an English lesson we read a lot.

    On an English lesson we read a lot.

    Thanks

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    Re: In an English lesson

    In BrE, we would use "in" a lesson. What makes you think "at" is American usage?

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    Re: In an English lesson

    Nothing makes me think so. I just asked. Do American English speakers also use 'in'?
    Last edited by sondra; 27-Apr-2012 at 20:13.

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