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what's the difference among" in/on/at the forefron of" what my question mean is : what is the difference among "in the forefront", "on the forefront", and "at the forefront-_-
Jan 16, 2016 2:29 AM
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There are so many different ways to match these prepositions! Here are a few examples: In: the morning/afternoon In: a month (eg July) In: a season (winter) On: a date (Eg July 15) On: a day (eg Friday) At: night At: a place (eg the bank) These are just a few. Hope that helps. :)
January 16, 2016
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