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queen dreams
can u explain 4 me !!when can i use prep. in and the prep at? i mean what is the Difference between them? t
Mar 3, 2008 6:20 PM
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Hi queen dreams, in: 1. To or toward the inside of "come in"; "smash in the door" at: 1. Expresses position, direction or location, or point in time "at midnight"; "point at the one you want"; "sleep at the hotel"
March 14, 2008
Hi queen dreams, i want to exlain the difference between in and at... you use in when you are in of something for example you in bathroom, in the auditory, or in a street. but we use at when we are near by something for example at bus stop, or at the back of cinema do you understand me?!
March 13, 2008
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