Bhai.Can you help me decide if the prepositions I use in the following are the best choice.
1. The children gathered with the teacher.
Is it OK to say: The children gathered round/ around the teacher. ? "gathered around" is correct. I wouldn't use "with".
2. After dinner, people gather to/ at/ round/ around the house that had a television. Some even watched through the window. I would use "at". Your tenses are a bit mixed up, by the way.
I choose at/ around. Can to/ round be used here.
Some prepositions make me confused because I don't have chances to practice in real situations (I live in Vietnam.)
I need your help to use them in right ways.
I appreciate your help.
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