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    I met her at/in the park.

    1. I met her in the park.

    2. I met her at the park.

    3. I met her in the school.

    4. I met her at the school.



    I've been always wondering about the usage of 'at' and 'in' and

    still can't decide which to put.


    So, are these four sentences are grammatical?

    If then how are they different in meaning?

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    #2

    Re: I met her at/in the park.

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    1. I met her in the park.

    2. I met her at the park.

    3. I met her in the school.

    4. I met her at the school.



    I've been always wondering about the usage of 'at' and 'in' and

    still can't decide which to put.


    So, are these four sentences are grammatical?

    If then how are they different in meaning?
    Yes, they are all grammatical. What do you think the differences is meaning might be?

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