how does these three prepositions 'in, at ,on ' differ from each other?
and is this three substitute each other? plz give me the brief answer with example
WelcomeOriginally Posted by nishaaa
In general, in refers to inside, on refers to a surface, and at refers to a location, a point, a spot.
EX: The dog is in its house. (inside its house)
EX: The dog is on its house. (on top of its house)
EX: The dog is at its house. (in the location)
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