What should be the preposition before 'lunch'/'dinner', in a sentence like the following:
I ate rice and curry __ lunch.

Is 'in' correct?
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Yes in is correct
anonymous Yes "in" is correct.

No, it isn't; "for" is correct.

I often delete your replies when they're badly punctuated like this was.