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I have Googled the two of these expressions and found as many results of both of them.
Which would be the correct one? Both?
They are used in different contexts. When one uses "on the corner", it implies that one is outdoors and standing on the intersection of two streets. If one uses "in the corner", it implies that one is standing at the intersection of two walls.
You'll also see 'at the corner', which is used in much the same way as 'on the corner'.
[Not a teacher]
This is the right link: http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/th...-In-the-Corner
Last edited by José Manuel Rosón Bravo; 28-Aug-2014 at 09:47.
José Manuel Rosón Bravo