Complete these sentences with in, at or on.
There were fifty rooms *** the hotel.
Paul lives *** London. He’s a student *** London University.
I didn’t see you at the party on Saturday. Where were you?
It was a very slow train. It stopped at every station.
I don’t know where my umbrella is. Perhaps I left it on the bus.
Shall we travel in your car or mine?
The exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art finished on Saturday.
We stayed at very at nice hotel when we were in Amsterdam. (*in a very nice hotel* is also possible but don’t use it)
There were fifty rooms in the hotel.
Tom is ill. He wasn’t at work today. He was at home in bed.
I wasn’t in when you phoned. I was at my sister’s house.
It’s always too hot in my sister’s house. The heating is always on too high.
I haven’t seen Kate for some time. I last saw her at Dave’s wedding.
Paul lives in London. He’s a student at London University.