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    preposition in/at

    Hi there,
    is it correct if I say "I had lunch in my cousin's house" or shoul I say "at my cousin's house"?

    Thanks!

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    #2

    Re: preposition in/at

    It is much more common, at least in American English, to use at in this context.


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    Re: preposition in/at

    Quote Originally Posted by mykwyner View Post
    It is much more common, at least in American English, to use at in this context.
    The same is true in British English.

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