I’ am/in/at/on

We would use the word ‘in’ when entering a physical location such as a Temple or room or when something is located inside of the defined place.
I am in a bus
I am in a train
I am in the lobby
I am in the shower
I am in the house
I am in a temple
I am in home

We would use the word ‘in’ when entering a physical location such as a Temple or room or when something is located inside of the defined place.
I am in a bus
I am in a train
I am in the lobby
I am in the shower
I am in the house
I am in a temple
I am in home
Using the word ‘at’ helps to tell someone where you are currently. The difference between ‘at’ and ‘in’si that the physical loction is general.
Here are some examples:
I am at the railway station
I am at the shopping mall
I am at principle office
I am at office building
I am at my desk
I am at hospital
I am at the airport
I am at the park
I am at the grocery
I am at Mcdonals
Using word ‘On’ is refferingto a non physical loction such as your time being utilized by somrthing else or use on when something is attached to or touching something.
Here are some examples:
I am on cal
I am on driving
I am on my busy work
I am on busy schedule
I am on my computer

We would use the word ‘in’ when entering a physical location such as a Temple or room or when something is located inside of the defined place.
I am in a bus
I am in a train
I am in the lobby
I am in the shower
I am in the house
I am in a temple
I am in home

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Samba Goud