English Grammar - Prepositions of Place - AT, ON, IN
30 июля 2013

English Grammar - Prepositions of Place - AT, ON, IN

English Grammar - Prepositions of Place - AT, ON, IN
www.engvid.com/ In this lesson, I look at 3 common prepositions of place. Want to know how to use AT, ON, and IN? Have a look at this video, and impro...
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#1 написал: modulusoftoughness (1 августа 2013 10:38)
what is? an essay?
#2 написал: Brahian Hurtado (1 августа 2013 10:38)
I'm learning english and I think that it's? the worst topic
#3 написал: Sasha Goodzovskiy (1 августа 2013 10:38)
I think we should use at because the brother is visiting the theater at the moment but the theater is far away and we can't exactly say that he is inside the building? itself. Does it make sense?
#4 написал: AnadunePictures (1 августа 2013 10:38)
Not really Dharm. You can say "my brother is in the theatre" even when you are six miles away. In refers to inside the area, at refers to any? aspect in the vicinity of the theatre, i.e inside, outside, on top of, underground
#5 написал: Lihatikkari2013 (1 августа 2013 10:38)
lern an? grammer.
#6 написал: MrHoaxslayer (1 августа 2013 10:38)
Thats where it hurts, its American slang without "U", where as all other english speaking countries use with "U" that is FAVOURITE. This video is from Canada so you? will see many non-American words...Thanks
#7 написал: rehmat khan (1 августа 2013 10:38)
i would argue that both spelling are right bro xD?
#8 написал: rehmat khan (1 августа 2013 10:38)
i am confused about theater, i think theater is enclosed place although you can also say it is a specific place. So my question is " can we use In instead? of At"??????
#9 написал: srividhya sabari (1 августа 2013 10:38)
Hi alex , i want to know why? we use ll in bell,ball,doll etc
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