Exercise: in, at.
Exercise on the differences between in and at.
Fill in the spaces with the prepositions: in or at. In one case both words are possible but only write ONE word.
1) at (inside or outside)
2) in (inside)
3) at (inside or outside)
4) at (inside or outside)
5) in (inside)
6) at (not necessarily in the water of the swimming pool)
7) at (in or near)
8) at (inside or outside)
9) in/at (perhaps in the park or near to it).
10) in (among the trees so "in")
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