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    #1

    at office or in office?

    A: There was a serious traffic jam and I just came back to office.
    B: Has anyone else arrived in/at office yet?

    Could any one let me know whether it is correct to use in or at in the above sentence?
    Thank you!

    JY

    I am not a teacher

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    #2

    Re: at office or in office?

    They are both correct, but you need 'the' before 'office'.

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