In and At
At times, I am at a loss as to where and how to use " at " and " in ".
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Re: In and At
At often refers to a general location.
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In often refers to being surrounded by something.
at the bar (location)
in the bar (inside the room)
at a corner (intersection of the streets)
in a corner (the corner of a room)