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danial
What's different between "in" "at" and "into"?
17 janv. 2016 05:06
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"In" is used when you are inside some indoor place. "At" is used when you are at an outdoor place. "Into" is used when you are going into somewhere and is used in continuous tenses.
17 janvier 2016
danial
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