In literature who married Mary Morstan ?
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Benefits of Onions
Onion has repeatedly been shown to lower our risk of several cancers, even when we consume it in only moderate amounts. Moderate generally means 1 2 times per week, even though in some studies it has been used to mean up to 5 6 times per week. Colorectal cancer, laryngeal cancer, and ovarian cancer are the cancer types for which risk is reduced along with moderate amounts of dietary onion.
At is used to talk about position at a point.
It's very hot at the centre of the earth. Sometimes we use at with a larger place, if we just think of it as a point: a point on a journey, a meeting place, or the place where something happens.
Turn right at the next traffic-lights.
You have to change trains at Didcot. On is used to talk about position on a line. ON
The plane stops for an hour at Frankfurt.
Let's meet at the station.
There's a good film at the cinema in Market Street.
His house is on the way from Aberdeen to Dundee. On is also used for position on a surface.
Stratford is on the River Avon.
Come on — supper's on the table! In is used for position in a three-dimensional space (when something is surrounded on all sides).
Id prefer that picture on the other wall.
There's a big spider on the ceiling.
I don't think he's in his office. We say on (and off) for buses, planes and trains.
Let's go for a walk in the woods.
I last saw her in the car park.
He's arriving on the 3.15 train. In addresses, we use at if we give the house number.
There's no room on the bus; let's get off again.
She lives at 73 Albert Street. We use in if we just give the name of the street.
She lives in Albert Street. We use on for the number of the floor.
She lives in a flat on the third floor. Learn these expressions:
in a picture in the sky on a page