Sanya
Now AT COLLEGE, courses are specific and interesting "In college" refers to a period of time, and "at college " refers to a place. 1. When IN high school, students attend almost the same courses in the troditional classrooms. Could I say" When AT high school, students attend almost the same courses in the troditional classrooms"? 2. Now AT college, courses are specific and interesting. Could I say "Now in college, courses are specifc and interesting"? Are both "in" and "at" OK in the above sentences? Thank you.
Oct 28, 2019 5:33 AM
Answers · 3
in and at? sure can. As you point out they means slightly different things, but both make sense here. . Not sure what you man to say with teh sentences, though. Here, at least, the last 3 years of secondary school have electives, specific classes based on what you like or plan to do later.
October 28, 2019
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