In vs At - English Grammar - Teaching Tips


This video covers the difference between 'in' and 'at' when used to indicate a location. They often cause confusion for English learners as they both refer to a location in a sentence. However, 'in', as a preposition of place, is usually used to talk about the position of someone or something inside large places such as countries, continents, big cities and similar, while 'at' is used to refer the position of someone or something inside small and unimportant places such as villages or small towns.

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I think that every teacher must have a syllabus to be able to follow the progress of the teaching. Therefore course book is good to have but nevertheless if the course book is not updated and not provide enough interest, good practice the teacher need to add or change it. The teacher need to be always updated for getting the best results from his students.This unit has gone over all the different present tenses such as, present simple, present perfect, present continuous and present perfect continuous. The unit explains and has taught me the different uses of the tenses and what justifies each one of them. Furthermore the lesson has gone over the common mistakes of the students using these different tenses.