See you IN or See You AT?

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See you IN or See You AT?

Some students of English as a Second Language or ESL are sometimes confused with the correct usage of prepositions and of  course, that is understandable.

This YouTube video discusses the difference between See you IN and See you At, using simple words and examples.

IN means “inclusion of space” if we are using IN to refer to a place. The speaker is referring to a place in which there are walls, or barriers, or simply, a place where he/she is encapsulated in a place.

AT, on the other hand, simply means “the exact location, the exact spot”.

See you IN the restaurant or See you AT the restaurant? Find it out in the video.

Thank you very much for watching the YouTube video and for reading this blog post!

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