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Omar GoMez
IN, ON and AT

Hello everyone!

Can you help me with the use of IN, ON and AT? 
Thank you all :) 

Jan 16, 2015 8:17 PM
Comments · 2

You can use then in many different situations, for example...

 

In: for spaces and specifics moments during the day, also to talk about months:

"I'm in the kitchen (space)."

"I'll see you in the morning (moment during the day)."

"I like the weather in January (month)."

 

On: for surfaces and to talk about a date or a moment day in a (general):

"The book is on the chair (surface)."

"My birthday is on April 1st (date)."

"I go to the movies on saturdays (day)."

 

At: for places and for time (specific):

"I'm at home (place, really general)."

"The concert starts at 8.00 p.m. (time)."

 

There are more uses for these prepositions though...

 

Espero ter conseguido te ajudar um pouquinho! :)

 

 

January 17, 2015

Hi Omar,

 

This is such a common question that it has been answered hundreds - maybe thousands - of times already.

 

Have a search for "difference in on at" and you'll find exactly what you're looking for.

January 16, 2015
Omar GoMez
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English, Portuguese, Spanish
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