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    #1

    Third row from the back or at the back

    I'm quite not sure which preposition to use. Is it:

    "I'm sitting in the third row from the back."

    or

    "I'm sitting in the third row at the back."

    Thank you!

    Additional question: Is it still the same if you exchanged back with front?

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    #2

    Re: Third row from the back or at the back

    not a teacher

    I'm sitting in the third row from the back/front.

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