My relative is a fairly big academic and works at a university. Is this correct? or should I have used in instead?
Which is correct? I am planning to buy some property at the end of 2011. I am planning to buy some property in the end of 2011.
Which of these two sentences is correct: I am studying PhD at the university. I am studying PhD in the university. Should I use "at" or "in"? Or is there no difference?
Possible Duplicate: “At” vs. “in” before verb "He is good in painting" or "He is good at painting" — which one is correct?
Sexy, let’s go to AC for the whole night this or the following Friday night. We can leave around 8-9 pm and come back in early am. Is this correct?
At the beginning of the century. In the beginning of the century. How to clearly distinguish when to use at, or in?
As a foreign English speaker who never really studied too much English grammar other than the basics at high school, I am often struggling to use the correct form in certain phrases. At being ...