Which is correct:
"at show" or "in show"?

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at show

This phrase is not commonly used in English.

Instead of using "at show," it is more appropriate to say "at the show" when referring to attending an event or exhibition.

Alternatives:

  • at the show

in show

This phrase is not commonly used in English.

Instead of using "in show," it is more appropriate to say "in the show" when referring to being a part of a performance or presentation.

Alternatives:

  • in the show
Both "at show" and "in show" are not commonly used phrases in English. The correct preposition to use with the word "show" depends on the context. It is more common to use "at the show" when referring to attending an event or exhibition, and "in the show" when referring to being a part of a performance or presentation.

Last updated: March 20, 2024

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