Grammar Patterns

at N

at N

The noun comes in a noun group after the preposition at. Sometimes the noun group has no determiner, as in at school. Sometimes it has, as in at the party.
atNoun group
atthe hospital
atlunchtime
atrisk
Nouns with this pattern belong to the following meaning groups:
The 'school' groupThe 'top' groupThe 'controls' groupThe 'party' groupThe 'lunch' groupThe 'time' groupThe 'juncture' groupThe 'peak' groupThe 'price' groupThe 'pace' groupThe 'peace' groupThe 'war' groupThe 'gunpoint' groupThe 'root' groupThe 'request' groupNouns with other meanings

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