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    at and in

    what's the difference?

    1. I'm in the restaurant
    2. I'm at the restaurant.

    which is correct?

    I'm good at/in English.


  2. matilda

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    i only heard : i'm good AT English.
    but (IN) may be correct.

    now about restaurant.
    I think IN the restaurant means exactly in the restaurant. may be at the desk or somewhere inside it.
    and AT the restaurant may mean near the restaurant


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