FAQs on prepositions

These prepositions have specific applications based on the context. 'In' is often used for wider areas, such as countries, states, and cities. 'On' is used for surfaces or more specific locations like streets or avenues. 'At' is reserved for exact locations, such as specific addresses or venues.

'In' is used for broader time frames, such as years or months. 'On' is used for specific dates or days, while 'at' is used for particular times, such as hours.

Yes, the choice of preposition can change based on the context. For example, someone can live 'in' a city ('I live in New York'), 'on' a street ('I live on Main Street'), and 'at' a specific address ('I live at 123 Main Street').

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