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    I have a question

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    I would like to know what's the answer for this question

    The shop's _____ High Street. in / at

    With many thinks
    Sincerely
    Aze

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    Re: I have a question

    The shop's in High Street.


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    Re: I have a question

    I am not a teacher, but a native speaker.

    This may be an example of a difference between American and British English, but I have always heard and said such sentences with "on" (i.e. "The shop is on High Street") in the United States. I'm not sure what the British usage is.

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