Differences between “on” and “at” (and “in”)

This may seem simple, but it’s surprising how many advanced speakers of English as a foreign language continue to make mistakes with prepositions.


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1 Response to Differences between “on” and “at” (and “in”)

  1. ge ga says:

    so simple and so clear! I was looking for this for 30 years!

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