Student or Learner
I got this 'at the opening' in a book. Can I say it also as 'in the opening'?
I think we say 'at the beginning' and 'in the beginning' interchangeably. Also 'in the end' and at the end'.
What do you say about this?
Well, I did not use any context because I wish it wasn't required. I actually wanted to know if they were okay and could be used interchangeably. Do you mean by asking for contexs, that they are okay but used differenly in contexts? If so, I will try some contexts.
It is not possible to say which expression is appropriate unless we know the context in which you wish to use it.