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    At the, in the, at, or in, the church

    What`s up! Please, what is the correct way to say...I am at, in, at the, or in the church

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    Re: At the, in the, at, or in, the church

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeca
    What`s up! Please, what is the correct way to say...I am at, in, at the, or in the church
    I think this should be "at church" or "at the church"
    about the article "the",there are a different of using "the church" and "church",it depends on what you want to imply.
    For examples:
    Mrs.Kelly goes to church every Sunday(to a religious service)
    The workmen went to the church to repair the roof.(not for a religious service)

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