at the store
in the restaurant
on the subway
For some reason I just can't stop thinking about prepositions of place: in, on & at
Right in the middle of a hike. In the middle of my friend telling some crazy story about getting arrested on New Year's eve here (Rio de Janeiro).
I must have missed that day in 5th grade, but now I wanted to know all about prepositions. It all started when I realized that: in Portuguese you rarely get to say at. That's because it usually gets wrapped into a contraction.
The confusing thing is that the no and na can also mean in the or, on the as well.
Let's look at these three possibilities:
So the next question is - when do we get to see at naked - on it's own, not in some contraction?
Can you think of any others?