These are confusing!
1- In the front.
2- At the front
3- In front etc.
- She wanted to sit-----------the car so I sat--------it.
(What should I use? I mean to say front and back seats)
If I am not mistaken “in front of” and “at the back” of would be correct but with different meanings.It would mean that both people were outside the car, wouldn’t it?
Please enlighten me!