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  1. Andews

    In & At

    WHich is the correct sentence?

    Father is waiting in School or Father is waiting at School.

    When to use IN and AT?

  2. Hi_there_Carl's Avatar

    • Join Date: Aug 2007
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    Re: In & At

    You will usually see this form "Father is waiting at school." meaning that father is waiting outside the school building. However, "Father is waiting in the school." is correct if the father is waiting inside of the school building.


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