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    #1

    in / at the park

    The children are inside the park. They are playing in / at the park.

    I think 'in' is correct, but can 'at' be used?

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    Re: in / at the park

    I would use 'at the park' if I were at home or somewhere else. If I could see the children, I would definitely use 'in'.

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    Re: in / at the park

    Thanks, Tdol.

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