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When do we use these prepositions? I always have trouble deciding what the right preposition to use in my sentences. For instance:

LIVE ON or LIVE IN or LIVE AT

or

SEE YOU ON or SEE YOU IN or SEE YOU AT (date and place)

What is the general rule regarding the use of these prepositions?

PS

Thank you for patiently answering my questions. All the best for everyone!
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Hi,
did you got an answer?

data available AT(ON) following link??
thanks!

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I would use "I'm bad at English". Here, "English" is neither a time nor a place. It is an activity. "I'm bad at (speaking/writing) English".

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