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Are these correct in American English Language?

1)I was in a supermarket.do we put (at) instead of in?

2)I was at the church when you called me.
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Either preposition is possible. 'At' indicates the general location; 'in' emphasizes the interior.
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Is that correct?

You were sitting there for most of the time.Do we need to put (the) before most?
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No, you cannot have 'the' before 'most' in that sentence.
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Are these correct?

1)It is something that you will like.It is incorret to put (it) after like,right?

2)I work on weekends.Do we put (The) before weekends?
1)It is something that you will like.It is incorret to put (it) after like,right?-- The sentence is correct and so is your understanding.

2)I work on weekends.Do we put (The) before weekends?-- You may, but it is unnecessary here.
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1)It is sonething that you will like when you will see it.Here is also incorret to add (it) after like write.

2)I'm bored (here) Or (in here).
1)It is something that you will like when you see it. Here is also incorret to add (it) after like write.-- No, now you must include 'it', since you have formed a new clause.

2)I'm bored (here) Or (in here).- Either is possible; it depends on the location:

I'm bored here (Chicago).
I'm bored in here (in jail).
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1)The hospital is on the left.
2)Your day of birth is as the same as mine. How also can we say this sentence in another way?
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