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ESL forum > Grammar and Linguistics > In at store versus at a store    

In at store versus at a store



Marla D.
United States

In at store versus at a store
 
I shop in Macy īs or I shop at Macy īs?
I shop at the King of Prussia Mall. 

21 Aug 2017      



Zora
Canada

I īd use "shop at" for all of the above. I think "shop in" is perhaps more colloquial and I know that sometimes we do say, "I shop in a fruit shop for bananas." although, i am not sure it īs actually grammatically correct. I kind of wonder if it īs a direct translation that has entered the language from Latin based languages and become commonplace. (Just my opinion! lol)

21 Aug 2017     



redcamarocruiser
United States

I would also use at and not in.

21 Aug 2017     



cunliffe
United Kingdom

I shop at Macy īs etc.
I was shopping in Macy īs when the sky fell in.  

22 Aug 2017