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AT and IN?

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I totally get you when you say “I get these prepositions mixed up!” ­čÖé I also think it can get confusing. T├╝rk dilinde olmayan kelimeler oldu─ču i├žin Prepositions zor geliyor, ve bunlar─▒n ├Âzel bir kural─▒ yok. O y├╝zden ara s─▒ra bir ka├ž tanesini se├žip ip u├žlar vererek bunlar─▒ anlatmak istiyorum. There are so many ways we use these two but I want to show you one trick.

AT and IN. Now there is a small trick to remembering these two.

How do we use AT and IN for PLACE?

Use AT with the larger building/place then IN with smaller/specific place. B├╝y├╝kten (AT) k├╝├ž├╝─če (IN) kullan─▒n ­čÖé Like this…


I am AT school IN the science lab.

I am AT work IN a meeting.

I am AT home IN the kitchen.

I am AT the shopping centre IN the jeans store.

He is AT the hospital IN surgery.

He is AT the stadium IN the changing rooms.

┼×imdi siz birka├ž c├╝mle yaz─▒n…

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