EN: in/at the ice cream cart

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épuisette

Senior Member
French / France
Hello everybody,

I'm trying to say something in English but I'm not sure it's correct.

"You can find amazing flavours in the ice cream cart" or is it: "You can find amazing flavours at the ice cream cart" ?

Or doesn't any of this make sense?

Thanks for your help.
 
  • timpeac

    Senior Member
    English (England)
    Hello everybody,

    I'm trying to say something in English but I'm not sure it's correct.

    "You can find amazing flavours in the ice cream cart" or is it: "You can find amazing flavours at the ice cream cart" ?

    Or doesn't any of this make sense?

    Thanks for your help.
    It's a difference of point of view. I think "at the ice-cream cart" is the more usual but "in the ice-cream cart" gives the more detailed image of leaning into the cart itself and looking at all the amazing flavours.
     
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