Usage of on, in and at

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subhajit123

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'On' 'in' or 'at': Which ones should I use in the following sentences?

1- The meeting will be held in/at the club on 1-1-18.

2- The students were raising slogans on/at/in the campus.

Hi everyone, please explain what is the difference between these prepositions.
 

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Answered here.

Please do not post the same question simultaneously to more than one forum. Doing so wastes our valuable time.

Instead, post your question to one forum and wait for replies. If you're not satisfied with those replies, you can try another forum, but please indicate in your thread that you've already asked the same question elsewhere (provide a link), and outline why you were not satisfied with the answers you received already.
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