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 a 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.