In vs at


Which is uses correctly "walking at the park " or "walking in the park".

asked Aug 15 '13 at 01:01 Belinda New member

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Walking at the park seems to mean in the direction of, but walking in the park asserts that one is physically there. Either of them can be utilized, but "in" provides more clarity.

link comment answered Aug 15 '13 at 22:39 AB72 New member

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