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I enjoyed playing hide-and-seek with my friends at church.
Sitting in church every Sunday and being a good person does not give me the
ticket to heaven.
What's the difference in meaning between "at church" and "in church"?
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I wouldn't ujse "at church" for the first one. It sounds like you're playing games while the service is going on.

In fact, the church I went to where I grew up was a fabulous old buidling with lots of rooms and doors and we did play hide-and-seek in the church (though not the sanctuary). I enjoyed playing hide-and-sink in the church.

For the second one, being "in church" is a way of saying you're sitting in the church service.
Grammar Geek I enjoyed playing hide-and-sink in the church.
Well. Barb, you were just weird. Emotion: wink
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Whoopsie! That will teach me to type with one hand while I eat dinner. Clearly I was already thinking about doing the dishes!
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Whoopsie! That will teach me to type with one hand while I eat dinner. Clearly I was already thinking about doing the dishes!

I am sorry but I have no idea what you mean.

What odes Whoopsie! mean? What will teach you to type with one hand while eating dinner? Playing hide-and-seek in the church? Why was you already thinking about doing the dishes?
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I typed "hide and sink" instead of hide and seek." I was eating on the couch, surfing the net while I did so. So my mind was not 100% on what I was doing.
What is the difference in meaning between at church and in church?
sitifanI enjoyed playing hide-and-seek with my friends at church.
Sitting in church every Sunday and being a good person does not give me the
ticket to heaven.
What's the difference in meaning between "at church" and "in church"?
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