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Can you show me the correct answer of the following sentnces?
1. Peter is getting married at noon, but he finds at the church that the wedding rings are still in / at the jewellery shop.
(Is 'in' and 'at' both correct? What is the difference between the two in this context?)
2. Peter jumps into his sports car and drives up/ to Robert Road and then turns to / into Peterson road.
thanks a lot. But i still have questions.
1. Then what is the difference between 'the wedding rings are still in the jewellery store' and 'at the jewellery store'?
To my understanding, the rings are 'in the store', how can we use 'at'?
2. Does 'up' in the following sentence mean 'along'? If, yes, why we can't use 'along'?
e.g. Peter jumps into his sports car and drives up/ to Robert Road and then turns to / into Peterson road.