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    #1

    at/in school

    Hi,

    Please could you explain to me the difference between:

    at school hours / in school hours
    at school activities / in school activities
    at school lessons / in school lessons
    etc.

    Thanks,
    F.

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    #2

    Re: at/in school

    You'll need to put each phrase in a sentence, first.

  2. Newbie
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    • Join Date: May 2007
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    #3

    Re: at/in school

    1. "at school": is British English.
    e.g.:I was at school with her sister.


    2. "in school": is American English.
    e.g.: I have a ten-year-old in school.


    3. "in school" in America can also mean ‘attending a university.



    I hope that helps.

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