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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 :!:
 

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nishaaa said:
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 :!:

Welcome :hi:

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)

All the best, :D
 
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