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Is this sentence correct:



"He said he couldn't give us a lift, because his car was at the workshop."

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Christine Christie correct

Yes. Also,

at the shop; at the repair shop; at the garage

CJ

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I would say that "in the shop" is usual for "undergoing repair".

CalifJimat the garage

Just this in British English.

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CalifJimat the garage

Just this in British English.

Really? And I thought it was an Americanism because it's what I hear most around here.

CJ

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