Specific Prepositions in-on-at
We use “in” when we talk about places which have three dimensions, surrounded surfaces, and when something is forming part of something.
On is used to talk about contact with surfaces and lines.
At is used to describe that one thing or person is at no specific point.
We also use “at” to describe small places of entertainment such as discos,
bars, cafes, etc.
At is also used when we want to talk about group activities.
We use “in” to mention the name of the neighborhood, city, town, country, continent.
We use “on” when we mention the name of the street and not the number.
We also use “on” when our address has an intersection, with or without the number.
At is used when the address includes the number of the house and the name of the street.
AS TIME PREPOSITIONS
In is used with months, years, seasons, and portions of the day.
On is used for the days of the week.
And also when we give the whole date.
At is used to tell or to set time (hours).
We also use “at” to mention specific moments.
and the special expression: at night.