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where are you studying in?
where are you studying at?

which one is correct?
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No preposition is necessary. Simply "Where are you studying?" will suffice.
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what about 'where do you study?'
adilameen"Where do you study?"
This is correct and may carry the same meaning as the progressive form.
Where are you studying at?
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AnonymousWhere are you studying at?
"at" is wrong. Native speakers who say this are using a non-standard dialect.
In San roque
is "in" correct?
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No.
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