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None really, as both are correct English. If you should be telling someone where Peter is, you would say: Peter is working AT THE office. If an employee at the office should ask where Peter is, you
I am sorry it took so long to respond. I didn't get my email notice to this question. In or at is not the answer. It depends on what you are conveying. Also, it is more than one preposition needed
Using "is" is asking what kind of people your family is.... using "are" is asking who they are; names, identification, etc. The text on the question and answer is correct, however. Asking who his
She is correct again. It is: "Grant! Lee! Heel!" shouted Vance Seymour. When you follow dialogue, it is always lower case. The only time it is capitalized, is when it is considered a new
J.D., she is absolutely correct. It should be: "Vance, where the heck did you learn to shoot like that?" the president asked. When you write dialogue, the dialogue is followed (if using 'the
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