Are these both ok?A watch is/at the Classroom 7A. Is it yours? Are these both ok?A watch is in/at the Classroom 7A. Is it yours? Thanks
Oct 19, 2019 11:03 AM
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"is in" is good English. "is at" is not. However you should give more details about the watch. "A watch has been found in Classroom 7A" for example. The main difference between this answer and your question about the library is that the library is a specific building and can be identified as such. A classroom is just part of a larger building. Hope this helps
October 19, 2019
We usually use "in" for the word "classroom"
October 19, 2019
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