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    at/in the beginning

    What is the difference in meaning between at/in the beginning?

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    Re: at/in the beginning

    Quote Originally Posted by Tvita View Post
    What is the difference in meaning between at/in the beginning?
    At the beginning (of)=when something beginns.
    In the beginning=at first.
    The are interchangeable in many contexts.
    The first one is more used as I feel.

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    Smile Re: at/in the beginning

    Quote Originally Posted by Tvita View Post
    What is the difference in meaning between at/in the beginning?
    Try this link:
    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/184689-post3.html


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