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Duvelcy
2021-04-08 07:21:42
Correct usage of ‘on’, ‘at’ and ‘in’ from a foreigner’s point of view
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AnnabelMcgehee436
2021-04-08 12:17:18

If you want to explain to a foreigner how to learn when to use these words, you can say that  the go from more general to more specific (in: more general, at: more specific). in: for objects inside other objects, or for location in a big context: year, country, on: on top of other objects, or for location in middle-scale contexts: day, street at: for location on a very small scale: moment (exact time), at specific address

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