at/ in somebody´s house

welder

Senior Member
Spain - Spanish
Hello!

Could somebody tell me which one is correct?

I stayed at Jenny´s house last Saturday

or

I stayed in Jenny´s house last Saturday

Thanks in advance
 
  • JJohnson

    Senior Member
    Texan English
    You would use "in Jenny's house" if you mean to say that for some reason, like the weather or a police chase in the street, you had to stay inside the house.
     

    welder

    Senior Member
    Spain - Spanish
    Thank you, candy.
    JJohnson: I would have never thought of that meaning. I really appreciate your explanation.
     
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