722 – Phrases With At, In, and On

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Do you like to stay in bed late on the weekends? What time are you usually at work until? Have you ever been on a farm or in the mountains. Oh…maybe you see where this conversation is going, huh?

Last week, in Episode 721, we talked about using at and in to talk about location. Today, I’d like to get into how we use in, at, and on in some set phrases, also to talk about location. Let’s get the ball rolling.

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  • You can you live or work on a farm.
  • In the winter time, you can see snow on a mountain or snow on the mountains.
  • I was at home all day yesterday.

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