When we use "in" or "at" for words?
For these words when we use "at" and "in"?
Tabriz (City) :
You can use at or in for any of these. The difference is in the meaning. It can be helpful to think of in as a shortened form of within or inside. If I tell you I am at the mall, you don't know if I am in my car on the road beside the mall, or in the parking lot, or inside a store. For a location, at is more vague about placement than in.
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