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Just got back from inspecting the office building.

My friend asks me:

Everything okay at the office building? OR

Everything okay in the office building?

Which is correct?
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Hi,

Both are OK.

I prefer 'at'.

You could also say 'with'.

Clive
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Hi Clive,

Actually, no - everything is not O.K.

His question should be is everything O.K at the office building?

Don't forget to write is at the beginning of the question.

Regards
Hi,

'Is' is commonly omitted in this kind of everyday, casual English.

Clive