中一です。 場所を表すatとinの違いを教えてください!

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理解できました! ありがとうございます!

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*We use at: to refer to a position or location which we see as a point: I was sitting at my desk. to talk about locations at companies, workplaces when we see them as a place of activity: How many people are working at Microsoft? to refer to activities which involve a group of people: Were you at Lisa’s party? (also at the cinema, at the theatre) with school/college/university: She always did well at school. to refer to an address: They once lived at number 12 South George’s Street. to talk about public places where we get treatments, such as a hairdresser’s or doctor’s surgery: I can’t meet at four. I’ll be at the hairdresser’s until five. to refer to most shops: Look what I bought at the butcher’s today. *We use in: to talk about locations within a larger area: I know my book is somewhere in this room. Can anyone see it? to talk about workplaces when we see them as a physical location: She works in an open-plan office. (but we use on when we talk about a farm: I’ve always wanted to work on a farm.) with class: He found it difficult to concentrate in class.