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    Rules

    what is the rule to use on, in, at?

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    Re: Rules

    That is a very big subject. What has your own research told you?

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    Re: Rules

    Welcome to the forum, Dora.

    What are the rules for using 'on', 'in', and 'at'?
    Please note my corrections to your post. Start every sentence with a capital letter, as you do in Spanish.

    Compare these three prepositions with their Spanish equivalents. Ask us about any specific problems you have in their usage,

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