1. Will you stay in the same hotel when you come back next month?
2. They used to go out at the same school.
Can I say "Will you stay at the same hotel"?
Or "They used to go out in the same school"?
Could you [STRIKE]possiblity[/STRIKE] possibly help me? I am learning English [STRIKE]from[/STRIKE] in Iran.
You can say "Will you stay at
the same hotel when you come back?" or "Will you stay in
the same hotel when you come back?" They are both correct.
#2 is not a correct English sentence. I don't know what you mean by "They used to go out at/in the same school". If you mean they attended the same school then you don't need the phrasal verb "to go out". You simply say "They used to go to the same school". Is that what you meant?
Remember the rules of written English:
- Start every new sentence with a capital letter.
- End every sentence with the relevant punctuation mark.
- Always capitalise the word "I" (first person singular).
- Capitalise proper nouns (English, Iran etc).
Edit: Apologies for repetition of information. When I first started typing my reply, there were no other replies here.