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    #1

    in/at the right context

    Hi,

    *self-made*

    - I don't know how to use the word 'bring about' in/at the right context.

    I'd like to ask if I must 'at' or 'in' in the above sentence. I think 'at' does not sound bad but am not sure.

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: in/at the right context

    Only 'in' is correct.

    Don't start a sentence with a hyphen.

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