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Prepositions of Place, Similarity and Function
Use 'in' with countries, cities, towns and regions.
The appreciation of homes in Litchfield County has slowed.
My client has assets and liabilities in two countries.
Use 'at' for place in a city, town or village.
We will meet you at the Citigroup building.
She checks her bank balance at the Bank.
Like and As
Use 'like' as a preposition to express that two are objects are similar in some characteristic.
These are outstanding credits like the ones I sent out last week.
Overdraft protection is like a safety blanket for your finances.
Use 'as' to express the function that a person takes in an organization.
Sam works as a portfolio manager.
Looking at the return on investment of his portfolios says good things about his abilities as an account manager.This page is just an example of materials on Lingofeeds. Purchase Lingofeeds English for Business and Commerce for a one-time course fee of $20 to have unlimited access to:
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