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    preposition

    "in the first meeting,the principle introduced us to the school's staff"

    is there anything wrong with the preposition "in" here?I think "at" is better here,am I correct?

    thanks in advance!!

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    Re: preposition

    Quote Originally Posted by hector51 View Post
    "in the first meeting,the principle introduced us to the school's staff"

    is there anything wrong with the preposition "in" here?I think "at" is better here,am I correct?

    thanks in advance!!
    Yes, you are right. "During" is also possible.

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