At the back, what is the correct grammar?
In the front and at the front, do they have the same meaning? what is the correct grammar?
Also sometimes, I have heard people said "in the back", sometimes I have heard "at the back" to tell that the person is at the lawn behind a house. Which one is the correct grammar?
the context.... well suppose you are a property agent. You say, there is a swimming pool at the back of the house? Or At the front lawn, you will see a fountain made of stone.....
- Anonymous5 months ago
There is a stone fountain in front of the house.
There is a pool behind the house.
The formal living room is located at the front of the house.
The master suite is at the back of the house.
- bluebellbkkLv 75 months ago
As Barkley Huond says, it would be much easier to answer if you gave us the full contexts.
- LônLv 75 months ago
Both are correct..it's a matter of personal choice and dialect.
- Barkley HoundLv 75 months ago
I would have the see the entire sentence. "In" normally means the object is all around you while "at" could mean next to it.
"In the lawn" sounds like you are lying in the center. "At the lawn" can mean year are near it.