Prepositions of Place
There are three main prepositions of place: in, on and at.
My hamster is in his cage.
Use in when something is all around - for example buildings / rooms / towns / cities.
We also say in the middle.
My hamster is on the table.
Use on when there is a surface underneath.
We also say on the left/right.
My hamster is at my house.
Use at with addresses and "points in space".
We also say at the top / bottom and at school / work / home.
Note: In and at can be very similar sometimes.
I'll meet you at the airport.
I'll meet you in the airport.
IN the airport emphasises inside the building. AT the airport could also mean outside it.
Choose the best preposition of place (in, on or at) to complete these sentences.
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