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8 Ways to Use the Preposition "at"

The preposition "at" is very common in English. It can be used in different situations and contexts. In this article, I explain the common use "at" as a preposition.

1. We use "at" to say where something is or where something happens:
8 Ways to Use the Preposition "at"
2. We use "at" to say where someone studies regularly:
8 Ways to Use the Preposition "at"

3. We use "at" to say when something begins to happen:
8 Ways to Use the Preposition "at"
4. We use "at" to show the age at which someone does something:
8 Ways to Use the Preposition "at"
5. In the direction of or towards someone or something:
8 Ways to Use the Preposition "at"

6. We use "at" to say that someone or something is in a particular state or condition:
8 Ways to Use the Preposition "at"

7. We use "at" to show a price, rate, level, speed, etc.:
8 Ways to Use the Preposition "at"

8. We use adjective+at to show how well or how bad someone does something:
8 Ways to Use the Preposition "at"


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