05/SET/2005 11:45 AM
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José Roberto said:
<<"You can often use in or at with buildings. For example you can eat in a restaurant or at a restaurant."
Wich one is correct or both are correct?>>
Most would consider both correct.
"Food inspectors visited the restaurant my co-worker used to eat at."
"My co-worker used to eat in that particular restaurant--yep, we've just walked into it."
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