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tw   Taiwan

at/on the beach, in/at the mountain

November 2021

A: Have you ever been to a picnic at the beach?

B: Yes, I have. My family and I had a picnic on the beach last month. We cooked hamburgers.


1) The prepositions before the beach can be used "at" and "on"? They mean the same?

2) How about we had a picnic "in" the mountain, or "at" the mountain?

I don't really know how to use these prepositions well.

Thank you!!!