Those difficult little words

If you often confuse the two-letter prepositions ‘in’, ‘on’ or ‘at’, read the Voice of America’s article on Everyday Grammar. The idea of moving from the general to the specific might be able to help you remember how to use them correctly in the future.:)

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Written by Christine Burgmer

4. November 2015