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Can I say,

(a) The elephants and horses are performing at / in / through a ring at a circus.
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Vincent Teo
Can I say,

(a) The elephants and horses are performing at / in / through a ring at a circus.
They perform in a ring; many circuses have more than one ring. Smaller animals might perform by jumping through a ring (hoop) but not the larger animals.
Are they same meaning about "ring"?
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
You say that they are performing IN a ring.

They are surrounded by the ring, therefore they are IN it.
"ring" here is the meaning of "stage"?

or it got another meaning? I'm not very clear about the meaning.
It is similar to the meaning of stage, but it's a physical ring, laid out on the ground. The performance takes place inside the ring.
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Thanks your reply. Can you show me the picture to make me clear? Emotion: smile thanks anyway.
Vincent Teo
Thanks your reply. Can you show me the picture to make me clear? thanks anyway.
Try a Google images search: circus ring