In English, we don’t use “with” for the person you marry or get married to.
- James will marry Patricia in October.
- James will get married in October.
- James will get married to Patricia in October.
- James will be married in November.
- James will be married to Patricia in November.
Did you arrive to or in New York? You can’t arrive to the city, but you arrive at the airport or in the city. Do you want to know why? Please watch the video to learn the logic.
We use “in” for cities. states, countries, and rooms:
I live in New York City.
I live in New York State.
I live in the United States.
I’m in the bathroom.
We use “at” for places like work, home, school, or stores – and also for addresses.
I’m at work.
I’m at home.
I study English at University Settlement.
University Settlement is at 184 Eldridge Street.
I’m at Macy’s.
We use on for floors, islands, and streets:
I live on the second floor.
The Statue of Liberty is on Liberty Island.
University Settlement is on Eldridge Street.
I live on 12th Avenue.
Watch this video to learn more, and afterwards take the quiz to test your understanding: