721 – On vs. AT

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Are you home or at home? In the office or at the office. Are you listening to this podcast at your house or in your house. Those tricky English prepositions always cause trouble – until today.

Among the various aspects of learning English, prepositions seem to cause more problems than anything else. In particular, a lot of listeners to the podcast have told me that understanding when to use in and when to use at to talk about location tends to be confusing. Well, today I’m going to help you out with exactly that.

Here are some of the example sentences from this episode. To see all of them and to get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or join my Podcast Learner’s Group for the transcript, live group lessons, and more.

  • I was in the lounge for an hour waiting for my flight.
  • Elena likes to study at the library because it’s nice and quiet there.
  • If I say Jack is in the hospital, it means he is a patient there.

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