UNIT 120. In/at/on (Position) 1

Canada-22 grammar

A

In

in a room
in a building
in a box

in a garden
in a town/city
in a country

in a pool
in an ocean

  • There’s somebody in the room / in the building / in the garden.
  • What do you have in your hand / in your month?
  • When we were in Chile, we spent a few days in Santiago.
  • I have a friend who lives in a small village in the mountains.
  • There were some people swimming in the pool / in the ocean / in the river.

B

At

at the bus stop
at the door
at the intersection
at the front desk

  • Do you know that man standing at the bus stop / at the door / at the window?
  • Turn left at the traffic light / at the church / at the intersection.
  • We have to get off the bus at the next stop.
  • When you leave that hotel, please leave your key at the front desk.

    C

    On

on the ceiling
on the door
on the table
on the wall
on the flow

on her nose

on a page

on an island

  • I sat on the floor / on the ground / on the grass / on the beach / on a chair.
  • There’s a dirty mask on the wall / on the ceiling / on your nose / on your shirt.
  • Have you seen the notice on the bulletin board / on the door?
  • You’ll find the listings of TV programs on page 7 (of the newspaper).
  • The hotel is on a small island in the middle of the lake.

D

Compare in and at:
– There were a lot of people in the store. It was very crowded.
Go along this road, then turn left at the store.

  • I’ll meet you in the hotel lobby.
    I’ll meet you at the entrance to the hotel.

Compare in and on:
– There is some water in the bottle.
There is a label on the bottle.

Compare at and on:
– There is somebody at the door. Should I go and see who it is?
There is a sign on the door. It says “Do not disturb.”

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