General Knowledge 47

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Through which one of the following Straits, does a tunnel connect the United Kingdom and France? [2007]

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  • At is used to talk about position at a point.
      It's very hot at the centre of the earth.
      Turn right at the next traffic-lights.
    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.
      You have to change trains at Didcot.
      The plane stops for an hour at Frankfurt.
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      There's a good film at the cinema in Market Street.
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      Stratford is on the River Avon.
    On is also used for position on a surface.
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