A preposition is a type of word that express spatial or temporal relations. Here is a list of known English prepositions. There is no set of rules for learning prepositions, and the prepositions from one language often do not translate directly into another. It's best to learn English prepositions by getting used to using them in context. Today, let's take a look at the preposition "at."
The preposition "at" can be used to express the time of day:
And at three o'clock the Queen comes on and she gives her speech.
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Or to indicate a place:
Or to indicate an activity or proficiency with something:
So I'm very good at working as part of a team.
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Or very commonly when mentioning an email address. The "at symbol" (@) in an email address is also called... at!
You can email us at…
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