Haritdeep Singh
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Here's a question on what I like to call 'Tricky Prepositions.' Did you know that in several cases, using the wrong preposition can actually change the meaning of your phrase? Both 'in that moment' and 'at that moment' are grammatically correct. But do you know the difference between them?
She was sitting across the room, making herself miserable over the daily crossword. And I know it's silly but somehow, _________, I knew that I wanted to spend the rest of my life with her.
in that moment
at that moment
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