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Hi

where do we use in and at?
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I like your way of explaining Emotion: smile

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Hi Robyn

Right now I am sitting at my desc infront of my computer in my office at home.

That was a superb answer.
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What about - I study "at" Oxford or I study "in" Oxford? To me the former sounds right and cool.
which is correct between "I'm in New York" and "I'm at New York"? The later seems to be somewhere awkward.
Hi,

What about - I study "at" Oxford or I study "in" Oxford? To me the former sounds right and cool.

Yes, 'at'.

More common is eg 'I'm at Oxford'. The listener will understand, in context, that you are studying there.

Clive
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Hi,

which is correct between "I'm in New York" and "I'm at New York"? The later seems to be somewhere awkward.

The former.
It's hard to think of a context where you would use the latter. Maybe if you were at the NY airport just to change planes.

Clive
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great thanks,dear.it's the best explanation about 'at' &'in' i've ever read
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how can we say "i stayed at the hotel" and at the same time "i stayed in the hotel". i couldn't catch the difference. are the meanings the same???
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