It pumped into my exam
Wound you mind sitting _______ the front chair of the taxi
A. In ; B: on; C: between; D: at
I picked d, but when I search by google, it shows "in" as well
But I still don't understand because at's quite make sense, doesn't it?
"at" refers to a point in time or space. A chair can be "at" the table; that's where it's located in space, but you can't sit at a chair; you sit in it or on it.
Does that help?