Elisa
in, on or ar When I use each one? 

Example: in good or bad sense?
It's right? 

Sorry, I can say at in title 
Mar 2, 2018 1:46 PM
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"in" a good or bad sense is correct. 

"Which one do I use?" 



March 2, 2018

Your example is correct, you just need to add "a" after "in."


In a good or bad sense?


I think this can help you understand the differences of each prepositions: http://www.talkenglish.com/grammar/prepositions-on-at-in.aspx

Also, try to check the word after the preposition. If there is a common noun following the preposition, add the letter "a."

Example:

I slept in a blue car. ("blue car" is a common noun so add the letter "a." Don't be confused with the adjectives.)

Summer starts in June. (June is a proper noun. You don't need to put the letter "a" after the preposition.


Hope this helps~! Just message me if you have any more questions.

March 2, 2018
Elisa, that's always the problem with new languages. 
March 2, 2018
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