A handy little chart for in, on, and at.

In, on, and at are very confusing words for most of my students. There are also a few situations where more than one word is possible. For example, when referring to a specific building like a concert hall, I might use in or at. For a specific corner, I might say on the corner or at the corner. I recommend taking time to review this chart and practice talking about times and places from time to time, so that you recall which word to use.

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