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    in, on, at

    I really confused the prepositions IN, ON, AT. Please help me and give some technique to get understand of it.

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    Re: in, on, at

    It is helpful to read them in a grammar book .We can only discuss their use in a real situation .

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    Re: in, on, at

    These words help to explain WHERE:


    Please place the flower in my hand.

    I am wearing a ring on my hand.

    The jacket sleeve was tailored at my hand's length.

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    Re: in, on, at

    In, on, and at are three of the most common prepositions. Prepositions can be thought of as words that describe relationships. Usually these are relationships of space or time.


    Prepositions of space:

    I'm in the room.
    I'm on my couch.
    I'm at the store.

    Prepositions of time:

    I'll be there in five minutes.
    She was on time.
    I'll meet you at 5:00 PM.

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