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    Grammar Questions

    hey u, I would like to ask which of the following sentences is correct? Or both are wrong??
    1) There are many people in the cafe.
    2) There are many people at the cafe.


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    Re: Grammar Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by snowwhite View Post
    hey u, I would like to ask which of the following sentences is correct? Or both are wrong??
    1) There are many people in the cafe.
    2) There are many people at the cafe.
    Both are fine. 'at' points to the location.

    A: Where's Snowwhite? B: Oh, she's at the Ball.

    'in' points to containment.

    A: Where's Snowwhite? B: Oh, she's in the Ballroom.

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