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i wonder if we have to use" at or on the top of the mountain".Please help me .Thanks in advance

13 May 2014      

United Kingdom

Mmm I was hoping somebody else would answer this! I think it all depends... If, say, a mountaineer is climbing it and leaving a flag, he would leave it at the top of the mountain. If people were meeting up, it would be at the top of the mountain. Ah, yes, I get it! Because it �s a place so, at. If there is a lot of snow, it would be on the top of the mountain. Oh dear, I tried! 

13 May 2014