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    ago / lessons

    I wonder is it OK to say "two lessons ago"? And I also want to know the difference between at the lesson and in the lesson?

    - When did you tell me about it?
    - I told you about it at/in (???) the lesson. Two lessons ago, I guess.

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    Re: ago / lessons

    Yes, "two lessons ago" is fine. Either "at" or "in" works for me.

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