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Hi, Tony,

"At" is used as a point of reference. In the sentence:

@Tony C posted:

We can meet at the lobby

it might be the case that the meeting point will be at the entrance of the lobby, and not necessarily "inside" the lobby.

Notice we can say:

- We can meet at the bus stop (NOT in the the bus stop).

With "in":

@Tony C posted:

I am in the lobby at the moment waiting for you

it is clear that the person is somewhere "inside" the place.

Last edited by Gustavo, Co-Moderator

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