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  1. heidi7

    Question in /at


    Do we say 'in' the beginning of the new year or 'at' the begining of the new year?

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    Re: in /at

    This is what I learnt from an article.

    when there is of something after the beginning/end, we use at, otherwise, we use in.

    for example,
    1. at the beginning of the ceremony.
    2. at the end of the story.
    3. In the beginning, we planned to give up.
    4. In the end, we learnt nothing from the movie.

    Please correct if it is wrong.


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