LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Autor:||Dale Thomas / USA|
|Data:||20/MAI/2014 3:33 PM|
|Assunto:||In / on|
I see no difference in the context given. It is common in English to be able to use two or three prepositions without changing the meaning.
If you are talking about a HUMAN BEING, I would say there is a difference.
He is at the lake. (He is near the lake. Maybe he camping, taking photos, swimming, boating, etc. Very vague.)
He is on the lake. (He is on/in a boat in the lake.)
He is in the lake. (He is swimming in the lake.)
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