Eli
Can you please explain the difference between: at a meeting and in a meeting?
Nov 15, 2017 9:24 PM
Answers · 5
These are more or less interchangeable and both are correct. The connotations are a bit different. I would say "in a meeting" every time. However "at a meeting" also is correct For example: "In a meeting" implies that you are a part of the meeting. This is definitely more common. "at a meeting" implies that you are physically at the meeting, but that you may not be taking an active role in it.
November 15, 2017
Although they can be interchageble they both have a correct form . For example if you were present at the meeting ...then you would say...I was in the meeting we discussed ....but if you were referring to a meeting you would say ..At the meeting they discussed ....
November 16, 2017
For example: •The situation was reviewed at a meeting of the Standing Veterinary Committee last Monday. •Sorry, I am in a meeting now.
November 15, 2017
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