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    Prepositions at/on/in position

    Hello I have this question about preposition is it in position, on position or at position?? (example explanations would be appreciated ) (Sorry for my bad english )

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    Re: Prepositions at/on/in position

    None of those work for me. Prepositions occur before nouns or phrases that act as the object of the preposition. There is no particular position in a sentence where this occurs.

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    Re: Prepositions at/on/in position

    Welcome to the forum.

    Can you provide some sentences for us to work with please?

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    Re: Prepositions at/on/in position

    Example :- Jack was in our position
    Jack was on our position
    Jack was at our position
    Difference between these sentences please

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    Re: Prepositions at/on/in position

    The first one and the third one are possible depending on the context.

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    Re: Prepositions at/on/in position

    Please help me to distinguish the difference between them with context and the usage of the sentences
    Thank you

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    Re: Prepositions at/on/in position

    Please write some sentences showing how you want to use them.

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