At vs. In – Confusing English Vocabulary

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English Grammar

Prepositions

A lot of students ask me about the difference between using the prepositions “in” and “at” to talk about a location. For example, what’s the difference between in the cafe and at the cafe. Well, in this YouTube English lesson, I’m going to help you get these two prepositions straight! Check it out!

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At vs. In - Confusing English Vocabulary

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