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The doctors whom you work with *in/at* the same hospital // ...*in/at* the same university... 1. The doctors whom you work with *in/at* the same hospital were arrested for corruption. →Is this sentence correct? Between "in" and "at", which preposition is better here? Or are the both correct? 2. John, whom you studied with *in/at* the same university, was promoted to the manager of the company. →Is this sentence correct? Between "in" and "at", which preposition is better here? Or are the both correct? Thanks!
May 15, 2016 12:49 PM
Answers · 1
In the first case "in" or "at" is ok. In the second sentence it would be more natural to say "studied at the same university". Example of "at": We ate dinner in room 203. not We ate dinner at room 203.
May 15, 2016
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