In | Preposition
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In is used for position inside large areas, and in three-dimensional space.
- She grew up in Switzerland.
- He is in the office.
- Let us go for a walk in the woods.
- My father lives in Canada.
- I first met her in a shop.
- He works in an insurance company.
- When did you arrive in New Zealand?
We use in with street names.
- She lives in Albert Street.
In is also used to talk about the position of things which form part of a line.
- There is a misprint in line 6 on page 12.
- Who is the good-looking boy in the sixth row?
We use in with parts of the day.
- I work best in the morning.
- We usually go out in the afternoon.
In the night means during one particular night.
- I had to get up in the night.
We also use in with longer periods.
- I was born in May.
- Kent is beautiful in spring.
- He died in 1995.
Sections in this article
Transformation of sentences - I
Transformation of sentences - II
Transformation of a Simple sentence into a compound sentence
Transformation of a compound sentence into a simple sentence
Transformation of a simple sentence into a complex sentence
Transformation of a complex sentence into a simple sentence
Transformation of sentences containing too
Interchange of degrees of comparison
Combining two sentences using too...to and so...that
How to combine two sentences using too...to
Exclamations: common errors
Common mistakes with pronouns - Part 2
Common errors with adjectives - part 1
Common errors with adjectives - part 2