the email adress in/from/at our school

quietdandelion

Banned
Formosa/Chinese
Here, every faculty has got an email box from our school. I'd like to ask a colleague if he use that email address in/from/at the school. But I'm not sure which prep. sounds right.


Correct me if there is anything wrong. Thanks.
 
  • Caroline89

    Member
    England, English
    "At school" is the best if it is your school you're talking about (in which case you don't really need to use "our") hope this helps!!
     

    Caroline89

    Member
    England, English
    Actually... if you are asking if he uses the email address assigned by school say "from". Hope this hasn't confused you!
     

    LouisaB

    Senior Member
    English, UK
    You could also simply say 'the school's e-mail address'. This is perhaps the most common expression in BE.

    Louisa

    P.S. Hello, Caroline, and welcome to Word Reference!
     
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